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  1. SGMCF328

    Massive explosion in Lebanon

    Hopefully not an act of terrorism. Lebanese capital rocked by huge explosion https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/middleeast/live-news/lebanon-beirut-explosion-live-updates-dle-intl/index.html At least 78 people were killed in a massive explosion that shook the Lebanese capital, Beirut, on Tuesday evening, Lebanon's health minister told Reuters. The blast appears to have been centered on the city's port area. A CNN producer witnessed "chaotic scene" in Beirut emergency room following the explosion. Lebanon state-run NNA news reported that a major fire broke out near Beirut port and firefighting teams rushed to the scene and worked to put out the fire. Story developing.
  2. In one week there was several tragic deaths on the road 1) NUS student take Taxi at Commonwealth - Killed taking Taxi http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/teen-who-died-in-clementi-crash-was-an-only-child-said-to-be-very-close-to-her-parents 2) Lady at Bukit Timah - Killed in a Mercedes http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/23-year-old-woman-killed-2-others-injured-in-collision-between-car-and-smrt-bus-at-bukit 3) Pedestrians at YCK - Killed walking http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/lorry-driver-arrested-after-3-pedestrians-killed-in-accident-near-yio-chu-kang-mrt-station Take Taxi die, Drive Car Die, Walk also Die... It has been disturbing me all weekend, what do you think is the root cause Is it a road design issue in general, or are drivers here in Singapore become more callous and careless? Or is everyone so tired, stressed/over worked that rushing around with no concentration while driving?
  3. CB motorcyclist... The Cambodian authorities are seeking the owner of a Singapore-registered motorcycle allegedly involved in a hit-and-run accident that killed an elderly man. The incident happened on Feb 7 in Cambodia's capital city of Phnom Penh, in the Khan Por Senchey area along the National Highway 4. According to local media reports, the victim was an 81-year-old man from the Por Senchey district who was crossing the road on his bicycle at about 12.50pm Cambodian time (1.50pm Singapore time). Cambodian news site Cambodia News English (CNE) reported on Feb 7 that the victim had his hands up in the air while crossing, signalling for traffic to slow down. A "high-powered motorcycle" then slammed into him at high speed, killing him instantly. There have been conflicting reports about whether the motorcycle, which was later identified as a BMW R 1200 GS Adventure, had toppled or slowed down after the crash. SINGAPORE Biker linked to hit-and-run was in Cambodia for charity Feb 21, 2019 Related Stories Overall crime rate up in Singapore Carousell launching new review system and tech to tackle fraudsters Two arrested for trying to enter Singapore illegally on sampan But it was consistently reported that it had sped away and that the rider, who eyewitnesses said was dressed in yellow, did not stop to render assistance. However, a piece of debris from the motorcycle with the BMW logo was found at the scene. Photos of the aftermath showed the piece of debris next to the body of the victim covered by a cloth on the ground and distraught family members crying. The bicycle he was on also lay twisted on the ground with its front wheel missing. FOUNDIn an update yesterday, CNE reported that the motorcycle was found parked outside a boutique hotel near the Phnom Penh Central Market area. The motorbike was also missing a piece from its front, and it is believed that the piece of debris found at the scene was from the same motorbike. Pictures of the motorbike showed that it bore stickers with the flags of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Laos. The BMW motorcycle model has a capacity of 1,170cc, with a maximum speed of over 200kmh. It has a weight of about 260kg and a 30-litre aluminium fuel tank and is described on the BMW website as a motorbike able to "overcome every type of terrain". It costs more than $50,000 here inclusive of the certificate of entitlement. CNE told The New Paper yesterday that it received a tip-off from an anonymous source on Facebook that the owner of the motorcycle had allegedly returned to Singapore to seek treatment for an injured wrist, leaving the motorbike behind. The news has riled both Singaporean and Cambodian netizens, many of whom have demanded she return to Cambodia to assist in investigations. Netizens have also identified a woman who lives in Singapore as the alleged owner. Checks by TNP on her Facebook page showed the mother of two in several photos with the same motorbike found outside the hotel in Phnom Penh. She was also affiliated with local rider groups and appeared to frequently travel by motorbike to Malaysia and Thailand. Attempts by TNP to contact her have been unsuccessful, and her Facebook page was deactivated yesterday evening. A close friend of the woman who did not want to be identified told TNP he was surprised to hear of the allegations. "This is news to me... she is a close friend," he said. "I've never known her to run away from responsibilities." The man added that she has also not responded to any of his messages since. Another acquaintance of the woman told TNP he was unsure if she was Singaporean but confirmed that she lives in Singapore. Singapore does not currently have an extradition treaty with Cambodia. TNP understands that while the Cambodian authorities are still looking for the woman, they have yet to contact their counterparts in Singapore.
  4. A Singaporean man has been charged with dangerous driving over a four-car accident in New Zealand that killed a motorcyclist. Lew Wei Kiong, 29, had been due in the Dunedin District Court on Tuesday (Dec 8) to face a count of dangerous driving causing death. Three new charges of dangerous driving causing injury were also due to be brought against him, reported the Otago Daily Times, but the case has been adjourned to Dec 22. Lew, who works at the Energy Market Authority (EMA), was involved in the accident along the state highway in North Otago, about 20km south of Oamaru, on Nov 29. EMA confirmed to Shin Min Daily News that Lew was an employee and that it was extending aid to two employees in New Zealand. According to stuff.co.nz, Lew was driving a rented Toyota and had allegedly crossed the double yellow lines on the highway to overtake a group of cars. He crashed into two cars and a motorcycle travelling in the opposite direction. The passenger in the Toyota, who is also believed to be Singaporean, had to be cut from the car and was flown to Dunedin Public Hospital with serious injuries. Five others suffered injuries, while the motorcyclist, 39-year-old Craig Alan Chambers, died at the scene. New Zealand police had blamed the car crash on driver "inattention". The accident also reportedly reignited a debate over tourist drivers and the condition of roads in New Zealand, with Labour Party MP Damien O'Connor suggesting that poor road design could have led to the crash. He said that certain roads on the country's south island could be confusing for foreign drivers and clearer signage was needed. http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/australianz/singapore-tourist-charged-with-dangerous-driving-after-fatal-crash-in-new-zealand?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#xtor=CS1-10
  5. Four 19 to 20 year old students went clubbing at Clarke Quay yesterday. Male student drove 3 girls home after clubbing early this morning. Male student lose control of car, car spun 180 degrees and crashed into a tree at Old Tampines Road. The 2 girls seated at the back died. Male student and the front passenger suffered injuries. http://news.omy.sg/News/Local-News/Qi-Che-Zhuang-Shu-2Nu-Sheng-Duan-Hun-247581#sthash.3LCoBPU9.dpuf
  6. Really sadden to saw this fatal accident between 2 cars this early morning at around 4am, it's along CTE towards SLE, near AMK Ave 5 exit, and while driving pass...saw bodies lying on the road, 2 woman & 1 man.....heart dropped! A lady is trying to give CPR to an injury woman and hear she keeps screaming.....really sadden!!! Not sure it due to drunk diving.... May the deceased soul R.I.P !!
  7. Heard over the radio this morning along ECP. involved a white Golf R. 2 blue tents spotted. May they RIP.
  8. Involved a L300 and Union gas lorry. RIP. Jam about 1km from accident site. Drive safe bros.
  9. A 57-year old man died on Monday after he was hit by a car at the junction of Tampines Street 11 and Tampines Ave 2. It is believed that the man was standing at the traffic junction when he was hit by a Kia car. The driver of the car apparently lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the traffic light along Tampines Street 11, outside the Church of the Holy Trinity. The traffic light was smashed from the impact, and the deceased, who was waiting at the junction, was apparently flung onto the road. The car also hit two other vehicles - a van and a taxi - after it swerved and stopped on another lane. http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/courts-crime/story/fatal-traffic-accident-along-tampines-street-81-57-year-old-pedest Pictures from hardwarezone
  10. KELANTAN - The body of a Singaporean university student who went missing after slipping into the mountaintop lake was found today on Gunung Stong, Dabong in Kuala Krai. The body of Lee Jun Jie, 23, an undergraduate from the National University of Singapore (NUS), was found by a search and rescue team at 9.50am, about 100 metres from the camp. A Kuala Krai police spokesman said Mr Lee was among a team of 23 Singaporeans who were on a camping trip on the mountain. A NUS spokesperson said that while not all 23 participants are from NUS, arrangements are being made for the group to return to Singapore as soon as possible. In the statement released to the media on Sunday, NUS said that it is deeply saddened by the student's death, and added that Mr Lee's family was informed about the accident immediately. Two university staff are accompanying the family to the camp site and will be on hand to provide assistance and support, and the university is in touch with the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Malaysian authorities. According to Malay-language daily Utusan Malaysia, the slippery path caused Mr Lee to lose his balance while he was admiring the scenery at around 7pm yesterday evening. It is understood that the search and rescue team took over two hours to recover his body.
  11. happened today around 4plus 5pm. lorry heading on toh tuck road towards jalan jurong kechil hit a speeding black car driving out from highgate walk. black car didn't check blind spot and just chiong out, lorry hit black car, lost control of his vehicle and crashed into tree outside Signature Park Condo. black car driver - young man lorry driver - chinese man black car front gone, other than that car body quite intact. lorry became like lump of metal. lorry driver gone. R.I.P, no one deserves to die like that. didn't take any photo out of respect.
  12. http://ride.asiaone.com/news/general/story...n-car-and-lorry SINGAPORE - A construction worker from India was killed and 12 other people are injured after an accident between a lorry and a car along the PIE in the Simei area on March 15 morning. Police has confirmed that the man, who was in his twenties, was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics. The Straits Times reported that 12 injured victims, consisting of 11 men and one woman, were taken by SCDF ambulances to Changi General Hospital. The 12 victims, as well as the dead worker, were all on the lorry when the accident occurred. In response to a media query by Stomp, the police said: "Police received a call today at about 7.22am requesting for assistance along the PIE towards Tuas before Simei Avenue exit near lamp post 157. "Upon Police arrival, it was established that an accident involving a lorry and a car had occurred at the said location. "The two drivers and nine passengers were conveyed conscious to Changi General Hospital. "A passenger in his twenties was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics. "Police investigations are ongoing." Here is an eye-witness account from a Stomp contributor: "There was a traffic accident along the PIE towards Changi Airport, in the Simei area. I saw the accident when I was jogging on the overhead bridge. "One person was killed in the accident, as you can see from the body covered up with white cloth in the photos. "A lorry full of workers had overturned, apparently after a collision with a black car. "The accident caused all lanes to be blocked." Anyone saw what happened?
  13. On my way to MBS (toward Changi ) around 3AM while approaching exit 17 and saw the opposite lanes were jam with traffic. Knowing there was an accident but didn't know someone actually get killed. According to witness, a Lotus skidded and flung towards traffic heading in the other direction. Another made in boleh land car smashed until out of shape, if there wasn't a witness, nobody can tell that was a Lotus!! http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...rific_3car.html
  14. A businessman who drank and drove and caused a fatal accident along an expressway was sentenced to 14 months' jail and banned from driving for eight years on Tuesday. Chua Cheng Giak, 38, pleaded guilty to three charges and had three others taken into consideration. He was driving his Audi car above the 90kmph-speed limit along East Coast Parkway at 2.24am on May 23 last year when he caused the death a Bangladeshi construction worker by doing a rash act. His car hit the back of a lorry, causing it to veer to its left side, hit a railing and a lamp post, which in turn caused the vehicle to mount the guard railing, resulting in the worker Md Hazrat Ali Md Maser Ali being thrown out from the rear covered deck. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...long-ecp-201307
  15. In China Shanghai, a old lady was killed by a run loose trolley at the bottom end of the escalator. Very often at NTUC, I'm seeing danger with parent allowing their young childs to handle heavily loaded trolley at supermarkets escalator, please share this mishap episode with friends and relatives to avoid injury or even death.
  16. Hi, Mcfer Folks, Hold your steering tight upon highway speeding, defensive driving with all your 3 rear mirror's alert are as most important to watch out then your car front attention. Mitsubishi SUV Row-Over Crash occur at 0:53 Please drive safe.
  17. Wrathchild156


    DATE : 11TH MAR 2013 TIME : @ 1700hrs. LOCATION : TUAS CRESCENT My father in-law met an accident with a tipper truck on the said date & died on the spot. As the case is still under police investigation
  18. briefly translate: The friend's grandmum pass away recently and 3 other friends accompany him for supper and have a few drinks. The car they were in crashed into a tree near yio chu kang on 2 Mar 2.55am. One guy died on the spot, driver and another guy died in the hospital, the only survivor is the 23 years old front passenger.
  19. Dleodleo

    Fatal Accident @ Sengkang

    I heard ambulance siren and looked out of the window and saw an accident involving a van and a motor at 7.45am. Saw ambulance attendants using a white sheet to cover the body. The body was beside the motor. The driver of the van was a bangadesh in his mid 20s. Anyone have further details? Cos i saw 2 ambulances and saw 1 ambulance left and 1 ambulance stayed.
  20. Icebrush79

    Fatal crash caused by runaway frog

    frog.pdfHey folks, Just an article for all driver's reading. The newspoint is that panic while driving may lead to fatal consequences. My condolences goes to the deceased and I hope this serves as an awareness piece and reminder to drive safe at all times. PS: I fear lizards more than anything else; this article caught my attention because I can't imagine the horror if a lizard popped up at my dashboard suddenly. Please take care fellow drivers. Especially those who has phobia for roaches, little insects, lizards, rodents, etc
  21. Hi MCF folks...helping to post for a friend. Accident happened on 25 Jan 2013 around 5.35pm. along AMK ave6 towards Lentor. Need witness to come forward. Friend sister was riding a motorbike and was hit by the car with the above mentioned VRN...lost a life... Currently not able to access LTA page for capturing the car make as the website only until 12 midnight. Any bros please help to ask around who may have the recorded footage from their in-car cam. Thanks a million.
  22. Full Story Here STOMPers AkuNameless, andrew and Rachel all sent in pictures and reports about the accident. AkuNameless was alerted of the accident when the bus he was travelling in was forced to stop. He wrote: "I spotted this motorbike and taxi accident. "I was was taking bus 66 on the way home after having dinner and I noticed the bus was not moving. "I was wondering what had happened. The driver let all the passengers alight to walk as the whole road had been blocked by the SCDF and Traffic Police. "While I was walking home I saw a huge crowd crowded at an area looking at the accident. "I saw one bike that was reduced to just scrap metal and a taxi that had its door dented. "To all drivers and riders. Please be extra careful while riding and driving. "More and more accidents are happening nowadays. "Be extra careful." STOMPer andrew notes the time of the incident: "There was a fatal accident at Bedok Reservoir Road at around 10 plus pm.
  23. A young man who had no driving licence drove a car without the owner's consent and caused a fatal accident at a pedestrian crossing in Tampines. On Monday, restaurant helper Shawn See Joo Song, 22, was jailed for 11 months and banned from driving for 10 years for causing the death of Madam Mislia Ahmad, 65, by a rash act at the cross-junction of Tampines Street 45 and Tampines Avenue 9 on Dec 6, 2011. He was making a right turn into Avenue 9 when the traffic light was showing green only without a green right-turning arrow when the accident happened. Madam Mislia died of head injury about an hour later in hospital. See, who had pleaded guilty, was also fined $1,000 on each of two charges of taking and driving away the car without the consent of the owner, Dream Land Enterprise, and driving without a licence. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_822839.html
  24. A taxi driver was jailed for four weeks and banned from driving all vehicles for five years on Wednesday for causing the death of an elderly pedestrian through his negligence. Sum Lai Thou, 61, pleaded guilty to causing the death of Madam Choy Yip Hian, 75, by failing to keep a proper lookout along Serangoon Road on Dec 15, 2011. The court heard that Madam Choy had jaywalked across the road when Sum's taxi hit her while travelling at a continuous speed of 70 to 80 kph. The impact caused Madam Choy to be flung some 10m ahead. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_802140.html
  25. A security officer was jailed for four months and banned from driving for five years on Friday for causing death by dangerous driving. Johnny Sim Swee Leng, 46, had pleaded guilty to causing the death of motorcyclist Owyong Tak Sung, 54, along the Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) on Dec 9, 2009. Court documents said he made multiple lane changes at 85 to 90kmh without signalling while travelling on the slip road from the Tampines Expressway into the KPE that morning. After filtering straight into the right most lane of the KPE, he overtook Owyong's motorcycle and the front left of his car side-swiped the machine causing the rider to wobble. He then accelerated further causing the left wing mirror of his car to hit Owyong. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_811271.html