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SMRT bus involved in serious accident at Choa Chu Kang Crescent




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Several Facebook users shared pictures of an accident which happened at Choa Chu Kang Crescent earlier today. In the multi-vehicle accident, an SMRT bus mounted the kerb and hit a tree on the pavement before coming to a stop. A gray car also rear ended the SMRT bus number 302.

picture credit: FB user Rose Lim

Facebook user Sulastri Kusen said that the accident happened past 2pm and within a few minutes there were several ambulances and police officers in the area. She described it as a very bad accident which never happened before in that area.

Facebook user Theresa Lim said that she heard a loud bang and hoped that the bus driver is unhurt. The front of the bus was smashed.
It is unclear if any passengers were hurt in the accident. Police have cordoned off a large section of the pavement around which the accident happened.

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