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Number of injured commuters rise as another wild boar causes second accident in past 2 days

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Three more commuters were injured this morning after a second wild boar suddenly emerged on Lentor Avenue this morning, causing a traffic accident between two cars and a van.

All three individuals, who are between the ages of 17 and 53, were conveyed by emergency responders to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital after they complained of minor back pain. The condition of the wild boar is unknown – it was last seen lying motionless on the ground, but there is no news as to whether the beast survived the collision.

⚠️Another wild boar accident just now 8+am ..lentor to ys before expressway.. caused massive jamUsed to Attack people.. now so daring walked out till road and caused accident

Posted by Singapore No.1 All in One Sharing / Updates on Thursday, 28 September 2017

Just one day ago, two more people were injured after a wild boar appeared at the Ayer Rajah Expressway, after Tuas Checkpoint. Both individuals were hospitalised and the boar was found dead on the spot.

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Accident involving a motorcycle and a wild boar at Tuas checkpoint (arrival) , 500m after custom at the merger lane…

Posted by Singapore No.1 All in One Sharing / Updates on Thursday, 28 September 2017

Police investigations are ongoing.

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