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Two killed in lorry accident at Old Jurong Road; driver arrested for drink driving: Police, Latest Singapore News

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Two males aged 17 and 23 died in a lorry accident on Old Jurong Road in direction of Upper Bukit Timah Road on Thursday (Aug 4) morning.

On Friday (Aug 5), the police mentioned the 25-year-old driver was arrested for drink driving and careless driving inflicting demise.

Paramedics from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) had been additionally alerted to the accident.

On Friday, the SCDF mentioned it used hydraulic gear to rescue two of the passengers who had been trapped within the entrance seat.

Two males had been pronounced lifeless on the scene.

The police mentioned the motive force and the remaining 5 passengers, aged 15 to twenty, had been taken to the National University Hospital.

Police investigations are underway.

In a video posted on Thursday on Facebook on Singapore Roads Accident, a lorry was seen with its total entrance compartment smashed.

The automobile is believed to have crashed right into a tree at Old Jurong Road.

Last 12 months, two migrant staff, aged 28 and 33, who had been travelling behind a lorry had been killed when it crashed right into a stationary tipper truck on the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE).

There had been 17 staff sitting in the back of the lorry which was heading to a worksite in Woodlands.

In 2010, three Chinese migrant staff had been killed when the lorry they had been in skidded and tipped over on the slip street in direction of Thomson Road, off the Changi-bound aspect of the PIE.

The lorry was carrying 15 staff within the again though solely 13 had been allowed.


Two killed in lorry accident at Old Jurong Road; driver arrested for drink driving: Police, Latest Singapore News.
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