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  1. VteckiCk

    How to enforce the law for PMDS?

    https://mothership.sg/2019/12/enforcement-officer-kicks-pmd-rider-off-device-along-bedok-reservoir-road-to-stop-him/ New thread as I feel this is good discussion Enforcement kicks pmd rider off e scooter in order to stop him About 3 other officers chasing Right or wrong? I am of the opinion that the act of kicking the rider off at high speed is uncalled for What if rider head hits the kerb? Who is going to be responsible for the injuries? But at the same time, I secretly want to say "orbigood" I mean, how else to stop a speeding pmd rider trying to escape? Let's discuss
  2. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/saf-aloysius-pang-injured-new-zealand-surgery-pang-wei-chong-11145004 SINGAPORE: Singapore actor Aloysius Pang was seriously injured on Saturday (Jan 19) while participating in Exercise Thunder Warrior at Waiouru Training Area, New Zealand. In a statement on Sunday, the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) said that a Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Operationally Ready National Serviceman sustained a serious injury while carrying out repair works on a Singapore Self-Propelled Howitzer. NoonTalk Media, which manages Pang, then confirmed the national serviceman was their artiste. The 28-year-old, who has the rank of Corporal First Class (National Service), was injured at about 2.05pm (Singapore time). He is now being monitored in a high dependency unit after undergoing surgery at Waikato hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand. Said MINDEF: "CFC (NS) Pang was transferred to the Battalion Casualty Station at 1425hrs (SG time) where he was assessed and stabilised by the medical officer, before being evacuated to Waiouru Camp Medical Centre at 1450hrs (SG time) where treatment was continued.
  3. Explosions have hit three churches and three hotels in and around the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo, police said Sunday. The blasts hit several high-end hotels and one church in the capital, while two additional churches were targeted outside Colombo, police said. There were initial reports of at least 80 people injured in the capital. "Eighty people have already been admitted, and more are still coming in," an official at the Colombo National Hospital told AFP on condition of anonymity. The nature of the explosions was not immediately clear. "A bomb attack to our church, please come and help if your family members are there," read a post in English on the Facebook page of the St Sebastian's Church at Katuwapitiya in Negombo. Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/blasts-hit-two-sri-lanka-churches-during-easter-mass-at-least-80-11464816 To think I was just considering to book next vacay at Sri Lanka after watching a YouTube video...HOPE no one is badly injured n no deaths. Story is developinh
  4. SMRT staff were having a picnic there and took shelter under a but the tree fell upon them I say Khaw at fault. He opened his big mouth. this time not trains but staff May they get well soon. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/14-people-taken-to-hospital-after-tree-falls-in-sembawang-park
  5. http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/fire-at-shells-manufacturing-site-on-pulau-bukom-injures-six Pulau Bukom always a source of concern. 3 in critical condition after Pulau Bukom fire POSTED: 21 Aug 2015 22:32 SINGAPORE: Three people are in critical condition after a fire broke out at Shell's Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site on Friday (Aug 21). The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) was alerted to the fire at 6.15pm on Friday evening. The blaze was extinguished by the Company Emergency Response Team before SCDF arrived on the scene. Six contractor workers suffered burn injuries and were sent to the Singapore General Hospital (SGH). "Contrary to speculation, there is no SCDF personnel among the casualties," the civil defence force said on Facebook. Of the six workers injured, three have been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit, SGH confirmed. One is in stable condition, while the two have been discharged after receiving outpatient treatment. "We are following the progress and treatment of the other workers closely and are working with our contractors to ensure all possible support and assistance are rendered to the injured workers and their families. All other personnel are accounted for at the site," a Shell spokesperson said. Shell added that the fire was put out by the sites first emergency responders within an hour and said there is no other impact on the sites operations. The firm added that it is working with the Singapore Civil Defence Force to investigate the incident.
  6. A New Jersey Transit commuter train crashed into the Hoboken terminal during rush hour, causing major structural damage and numerous injuries. Emergency services say three people have died. The accident occurred around 8:30 am local time, and involved the 1614 train on the Pascack Valley Line. The cause is still unknown. Preliminary reports said "approximately 100 victims." Officials have confirmed more than 100 people were injured, and that everyone has been evacuated from the train. Area hospitals are mobilizing to receive the casualties. Several people who were on the train tweeted they felt "lucky to be alive." Images of the accident posted on social media showed mangled metal, wires and debris scattered all over the floor. It appears the impact was powerful enough to bring down part of the ceiling. “It simply did not stop,” WFAN anchor John Minko, who witnessed the crash, told 1010 WINS. “It went right through the barriers and into the reception area.” Hoboken terminal is a major transit hub for New Jersey commuters traveling to and from New York City. More than 50,000 people use the terminal daily making it the busiest railroad station in New Jersey and the state's second busiest transportation facility after Newark Liberty International Airport, according to New Jersey transit. https://www.rt.com/usa/361068-hoboken-new-jersey-train-crash/
  7. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-37116349 A photograph of a dazed and bloodied Syrian boy rescued from a destroyed building in Aleppo after an air strike has caused outrage around the world. Images of the boy sitting in an ambulance were released by activists and have since been shared widely on social media. He was identified as five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, who was treated for head wounds on Wednesday, doctors said.
  8. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/18/nyregion/chelsea-explosion-new-york-city.html?_r=0 At Least 25 Injured in Explosion in Manhattan By CHRISTOPHER MELE and AL BAKER SEPT. 17, 2016 NEW YORK By JONAVIDOR/TWITTER 00:46 Explosion Rocks Chelsea Neighborhood Video Explosion Rocks Chelsea Neighborhood More than 20 people were injured by an explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan on Saturday night. The blast occurred on 23rd Street between the Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue. By JONAVIDOR/TWITTER on Publish DateSeptember 17, 2016. Photo by Louis Lanzano for The New York Times. A powerful explosion rocked the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan on Saturday night, injuring 25 people, shattering windows and forcing the closure of several blocks, the authorities said. None of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening, the Fire Department said on Twitter. The explosion was reported around 8:30 p.m. at 133 West 23rd Street, near the Avenue of the Americas, the department said, adding that there was a report that it emanated from a Dumpster. The authorities were unsure of the cause of the explosion and were exploring various possibilities. Mayor Bill de Blasio said at an 11:15 p.m. news conference that the explosion appeared to have been “an intentional act” but that there was no evidence that terrorism had been involved, although the investigation was continuing. The blast shattered windows in a five-story brownstone building and sent debris into the street, a law enforcement official said. The building is between a church on its eastern side and an apartment building under renovation on its western side. As a precaution, the police and fire personnel were searching trash cans for possible explosive devices, officials said. At 11 p.m., the police said onTwitter that a “possible secondary device” had been found at 27th Street between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue.
  9. Really need to see the CCTV footage to determine whose fault A 28-year-old woman fell into gap in an escalator being serviced at Tanah Merah MRT Station last Monday. Miss Azlin Amran was stuck in the waist-deep pit for almost half an hour as Singapore Civil Defence Force rescuers worked quickly to free her. The unemployed woman, who was later rushed to hospital and sent to the intensive care unit, suffered injuries including a punctured lung, a fractured pelvis and spinal injuries. said her mother. SMRT told The New Paper that a barrier had been put up at the entrance of the escalator that was being serviced. But Miss Azlin had told her mother, Madam Azizah Mohd Lajis, 52, that there were no barriers at the escalator that evening. Read the full report in The New Paper on Monday (Feb 04).
  10. YEN96

    Front lip injured

    Front lip scrap the tarmac surface and now intend to try DIY repair ?? anyone can enlighten me the quick steps for DIY ? sand smooth putty cure & dry sand down smooth spray ! is it correct ?
  11. eh...please do not shoot at armour-plated animals.
  12. http://news.asiaone.com/print/news/singapore/2-dead-5-injured-fire-house-near-kovan 2 dead, 5 injured in fire at house near Kovan Tuesday, June 9, 2015 - 09:47AsiaOne SINGAPORE - An early morning fire razed a two-storey house along Parry Ave in Yio Chu Kang on Tuesday morning. Two people perished in the blaze and five other people were injured. RELATED STORIES 2 dead, 3 injured in Geylang fire 4 Malaysians killed in Geylang hostel fire Maid arrested over fire at employer's flat {C} According to a report by Lianhe Wanbao, there were a total of 10 occupants in the house when the fire broke out. The two dead victims were the wife of the house owner, who is a businessman, and a middle-aged Caucasian man, who was a business partner with the latter. Five others, including two men, two women and a child were sent to hospital for smoke inhalation. The fire was believed to have been caused by a short circuit, which led to an electrical appliance in the house catching fire. At the time of the fire, there were six people on the second storey of the house, including two children, aged 10 and 8. The house owner, his son, daughter-in-law and an older grandson managed to escape the fire. His younger grandson, who was with a maid at the back of the house, was saved when she jumped through a window to escape. The house owner's wife was found in a toilet on the second floor, while the male victim was found on the second floor. Two other occupants, the house owner's 80-year-old father and another maid, were on the first floor at the time of the fire. They managed to get out with help from firemen. In a statement, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said they were alerted to the fire at about 3am at No 6A, Parry Avenue off Yio Chu Kang Road. SCDF dispatched three fire engines, three ambulances, three Red Rhino and six support vehicles. Upon their arrival, they found the fire had engulfed the whole house and had penetrated through the roof. SCDF officers used four water jets to penetrate the burning house, while two additional jets were also deployed to prevent the fire from spreading to adjacent unit. The fire was brought under control within half an hour, and was fully extinguished at about 4.30am. Photo Gallery: 2 dead, 5 injured in fire at house near Kovan Click on thumbnail to view photos. Source: The Straits Times, SCDF View more Six occupants had evacuated themselves prior to the SCDF's arrival. The firefighters also aided two other occupants, which included an elderly man, out of the burning house. Two bodies were found on the second floor of the house, said SCDF. The five casualties were conveyed to Singapore General Hospital for treatment, while one of the firefighters was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital for heat exhaustion.
  13. Happened last saturday at 重庆正宗老火锅 along Beach Road. http://www.wanbao.com.sg/local/story20150407-51911 scary....
  14. HONG KONG: Three people died and 48 were injured in a crash involving two double-decker buses and a taxi in Hong Kong on Monday, police said. Rescue crews rushed to treat dazed and injured passengers at the scene of the pile-up in the eastern district of Shau Kei Wan. Several victims were trapped in the wreckage. "The taxi driver and the two passengers in his car were confirmed dead," traffic police official Tam Wing-leung told reporters, adding the cause of the accident was under investigation. A passenger on one of the buses told reporters that the driver collapsed at the wheel before the crash. - AFP/de
  15. Picnic06-Biante15

    33 Singaporean Injured In Hokkaido

    So far, no report of any Singaporean killed .... Both the drivers (bus & truck) died ...... R.I.P. CNA news : 33 Singaporean tourists in Hokkaido accident, several injured A truck and a tour bus with 33 Singaporeans on board collided in Hokkaido's Nanae Town, reports Japan's NHK. HOKKAIDO, Japan: A number of Singaporeans have been injured in Japan after a truck and a tour bus collided in Hokkaido's Nanae Town. According to a report on NHK, the drivers of both vehicles have died. There were 33 passengers on the tour bus, all of whom were Singaporeans. The Hokkaido police said they received an emergency call at 9.43 am (8.43am Singapore time) on Thursday (Oct 23), regarding a head-on collision between a cargo vehicle and a large bus on National Route 5, a major highway on Hokkaido island. The cause of the accident is currently under investigation. The Singaporean tourists will be questioned at Hakodate Central Police Station. A spokesman from Hong Thai Travel Services in Singapore, which handled the tour, said several of the Singaporeans suffered sprains, but none sustained major injuries. He said that the company is contacting the tourists in Japan. A representative from Hong Thai Travel Services will be flying to Japan to get more details on the situation, and the company is still investigating, he added. link: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/33-singaporean-tourists/1430534.html
  16. http://transport.asiaone.com/news/general/story/four-injured-cte-crash
  17. 3km, 4 minutes, 16 injured, 3 deads.... young men slashed passengers on Taipei MRT this afternoon... 台北地铁砍人事件致3死8伤 醉酒嫌犯被捕(图) 2014年05月21日17:22 中国新闻网 我有话说(708人参与) 收藏本文 取自“中央社”/受伤网友供图 江子翠站入口处/TVBS资料画面   中新网5月21日电 据台湾TVBS新闻台报道台北地铁江子翠站21日下午发生随机砍人事件目前已造成3人死亡8人受伤。   据报道警方逮到一名浑身酒气的男子但因他意识不清还没办法对案情进行厘清。 (原标题台媒台北地铁随机砍人事件致3死8伤(图))
  18. Two subway trains collided in Seoul on Friday, injuring scores of people but with no immediate report of any fatalities, the emergency services said. "So far, we have a total of 78 injured, all of them lightly," a spokesman for the Seoul emergency services told AFP. One TV news channel put the number of injured at 170. News of the accident broke as the country was still reeling from a ferry disaster on April 16 that left around 300 dead or missing -- most of them schoolchildren -- after the boat capsized and sank. The tragedy triggered widespread public anger and a bout of national soul-searching as to whether the country had sacrificed safety standards in its rush for economic development. The details of Friday's subway accident were not immediately clear, but it appeared that one train had stopped in, or close to, Sangwangsimni station in eastern Seoul when the second train ran into its back. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/dozens-injured-as-subway/1092652.html
  19. Five people were taken to hospital after a taxi, which had been involved in a road accident moments before, crashed into an outdoor sitting area of a bar along East Coast Road on Thursday night. The police said a call was received at about 9pm, about an accident between a car and taxi. The ComfortDelgro taxi was then said to have ploughed through a cafe - which was closed at the time - before slamming through a low wall and landing in the crowded outdoor area of Georges Mad Bar & Grill where patrons were seated at tables. The Singapore Civil Defence Force said that the five people were taken conscious to Changi General Hospital. Police are investigating the incident. An eyewitness who only gave his name as Mr Deen, 24, told The Straits Times that he had been drinking with his friends at the bar's outdoor area when he heard two loud bangs. Before he knew it, the taxi crashed through the low wall and came to a stop after hitting a table beside his, which was occupied by about six people. He said: "One guy took most of the hit and he was dragged by the cab. But I don't think he was seriously injured because he could still walk with assistance after that." Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/taxi-crashes-georges-mad-bar-grill-east-coast-road-20140
  20. Mishap happened in Vietnam, suspension bridge overloaded with peoples and collapsed during funeral procession, the coffin dropped into river and overturned, with 8 die and 30 injured. (Volume Warning) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfTg4tWIjqM
  21. An eight-car collision on the Seletar Expressway (SLE) on Sunday night injured five people, including one child. The accident occurred at about 9.20pm, said a spokesman for the Singapore Civil Defence Force. It took place along the SLE heading north, just after the Braddell Road exit. The extreme right two lanes were cordoned off by police, creating a massive jam leading back to the city centre that persisted past midnight. Four adults were taken by ambulance to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, and one child was taken to KK Women's and Children's Hospital. All were conscious. It was not immediately clear how serious their injuries were. When The Straits Times arrived at the scene at 11.30pm, several cars including one taxi were seen with their bonnets and rears crumpled. They were towed away shortly after. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/five-injured-eight-car-collision-sle-20140203 ---------------------------------------------------- reports said SLE..but it's actually on the CTE heading towards SLE
  22. Chrispie

    Injured... IPPT excused?

    Hi all.... I ran too much in late Dec, and had a ligament on the sole of my foot inflamed. As of now, cant walk too much or stand too long. Any flexing or trauma cause it to hurt. My IPPT is due soon. So can i get a doc to verify the injury and excuse me from clearing IPPT for this year? Any bro has gone thru this application before? Kindly advise. thanks!
  23. Sixteen people were injured following an accident involving a lorry and a car on the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) on Wednesday evening. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said 12 of the injured were sent to Alexandra Hospital while the remaining four were sent to the National University Hospital. SCDF said all 16 injured were men, and confirmed there were no fatalities. It is understood that they were passengers on the lorry. The accident happened just before 9pm near the Jurong Town Hall exit in the direction of the city. According to a Channel NewsAsia viewer, the lorry had overturned. The viewer added that he saw casualties on the road divider. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/16-people-injured-after/849962.html
  24. Nine people were injured in a five-vehicle pile-up along the Seletar Expressway (SLE), in one of three accidents on the road on Saturday. Among those injured was a three-year-old girl suspected of having spinal injuries. The accident, which happened around 11.45am, involved three cars, a taxi and a truck. It took place near the Mandai exit on the SLE, heading towards Woodlands. The injured were sent to the National University Hospital and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. Some of them had head lacerations and abrasions, and swelling in the chest. The accident also closed off several lanes, causing a major slowdown in traffic. Another accident took place around 1pm at the junction of Clementi Road and Dover Road. Two cars were seen being towed a few hours later. A Channel NewsAsia viewer, Shahida Banu, also sent in pictures of another accident at the junction of Toh Guan Road and Boon Lay Way. It happened around 2pm and involved a car and a lorry which flipped over. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said a man in his 20s was sent to hospital with lower back pains and arm abrasions. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/nine-injured-in-5-vehicle/837608.html
  25. A bus crashed into a wall at the Ang Mo Kio bus interchange on Sunday evening, causing a man in his 40s to suffer head injuries. Eight others suffered minor injuries. The injured - who were all passengers on the bus - were sent to Tan Tock Seng Hospital. The police said they received a call at 6.15pm. Ms Tammy Tan, senior vice president of corporate communications for SBS Transit said they are investigating the incident. She added that the company sent a team to the hospital to render assistance, but they were denied entry. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...ospital-2013092