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  1. Yamapi

    Home fires more often now due to PMDs?

    180 people evacuated after Hougang condo e-bike fire on second day of Chinese New Year holiday SINGAPORE - A fire broke out in a Hougang condominium unit in the early hours on the second day of the Chinese New Year celebrations on Sunday (Jan 26). The fire, which is linked to an electric bicycle, set ablaze a unit at 5 Buangkok Green and about 180 residents self-evacuated before Singapore Civil Defence Force officers arrived, SCDF said in a Facebook post on Sunday. SCDF added that two people were assessed by a paramedic for superficial burns and difficulty in breathing but both of them refused to be taken to the hospital. SCDF said that it responded to the fire at 5.50am and preliminary investigations found that the fire started in a bedroom where an e-bicycle battery was being charged. SCDF officers put out the fire using a water jet. SCDF also reminded the public on how to prevent fires due to personal mobility devices or power-assisted bicycles, with an infographic on fire safety tips on their Facebook page. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/180-people-evacuated-after-hougang-condo-fire-on-second-day-of-chinese-new-year-holiday?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=STFB&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1580028564
  2. Eastpoint Mall got a guy develop symptoms of pneumonia. He was sent to TTSH after being alerted by Raffles Medical clinic
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    New Thomson Line MRT

    I see the signboard Stage 2 completion date is May 2020. After the trials and testing it should be opened by end of the year
  4. SMRT investigating smoke & sparks in Bedok-bound MRT train on Friday evening after a loud bang was heard. The train, which was leaving Kembangan for Bedok, started emitting smoke and sparks at about 9.50pm after it encountered a train fault. https://mothership.sg/2020/01/mrt-train-smoke-fire/
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    New Thomson Line MRT

    Stage 2 of Thomson-East Coast Line almost complete, to open in later part of 2020 The Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced on Friday (Jan 17) that the second stage will be ready for opening in “the later part” of the year. This will see another six stations operating: Springleaf, Lentor, Mayflower, Bright Hill, Upper Thomson and Caldecott, which will serve residents at Kebun Baru in Ang Mo Kio town, Sin Ming and Upper Thomson. On Jan 31, three stations will open, namely Woodlands North, Woodlands and Woodlands South. Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/stage-2-thomson-east-coast-line-almost-complete-open-later-part-2020
  6. https://www.8world.com/news/singapore/article/aye-lady-threw-bag-accident-1021886
  7. Maybe she no guts to jump out from the car. So she throw a handbag out instead
  8. Lady passenger quarrel with family members in car and open the door while car is moving. She then threw a handbag out of the moving car, causing chain collision
  9. New problems on the Boeing 737 Max found! The New York Times reported Boeing is reviewing whether two bundles of wiring are too close together, which could lead to a short circuit and potentially result in a crash if pilots did not respond appropriately Boeing is currently working to design separating the wiring bundles if necessary and conducting extensive analysis to establish if the electrical fault could occur in a real-world scenario, a company official said. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/boeing--faa-reviewing-wiring-issue-on-grounded-737-max-12236134
  10. Fight at Teck Whye carpark
  11. Read from news there are few other cars outside the underground walkway. The blue one got stuck. Don't know what are they up to. Maybe a photo shoot
  12. siao lang Car stuck in underground pedestrian tunnel walkway under CTE Full article: https://mothership.sg/2019/12/car-cte-underground/
  13. At Bedok North. The tree chose an expensive car to topple on
  14. News say Pasir Ris bus crash is due to brake problem https://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/bus-crashes-through-railing-in-pasir-ris-due-to-technical-malfunction
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