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33-year-old woman dies in motorcycle-van crash along Jalan Tukang

Woman dies in motorcycle-van crash along Jalan Tukang

On Saturday (20 July), a van and a motorcycle collided at the junction of Jalan Tukang and Quality Road at around 4.45 pm.

A 33-year-old woman riding the motorcycle was found dead at the scene. Paramedics from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) confirmed that she could not be saved.

A video of the aftermath of the accident was posted on the Singapore roads accident.com新加坡公路意外网页 Facebook group on the same day.

Woman dies in crash at Jalan Tukang, sends another to hospital

The video of the aftermath of the accident shows the fallen motorcycle before panning across the road to show a white sheet covering what is seemingly the body of the motorcyclist who had died during the accident.

Two ambulances as well as paramedics and personnel are also seen nearby.

Source: Singapore roads accident.com新加坡公路意外网页 on Facebook

Speaking to MS News, SCDF said that they were alerted to the incident at around 4.45pm.

Upon their arrival, SCDF found the 53-year-old driver of the van trapped in his seat. He was later rescued using hydraulic rescue equipment and conveyed in a conscious state to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital.

Another person on the scene was assessed by the SCDF for injuries but refused to be sent to the hospital.

Both the SCDF and the Singapore Police Force (SPF) confirmed the death of the 33-year-old female motorcyclist at the scene.

Source: Singapore roads accident.com新加坡公路意外网页 on Facebook

Police investigations are ongoing.

3 fatal accidents on 20 July

This is one of a string of fatal road traffic accidents that took place on Saturday (20 July).

At 12.25pm that same day, a van driver died after rear-ending an SMRT bus in Choa Chu Kang.

Additionally, at around 6pm, a fatal accident involving a 76-year-old female pedestrian occurred in Bukit Batok. The 53-year-old male driver has been arrested for careless driving.

Also read: Van driver dies after rear-ending SMRT bus in Choa Chu Kang

Van driver dies after rear-ending SMRT bus in Choa Chu Kang

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6-year-old girl missing at JB mall since 20 July, family files police report

6-year-old girl missing in JB since 8.30pm on 20 July

A six-year-old girl has been missing in JB since the night of 20 July and her mother is currently still looking for any information on her.

The mother of Liao Jiahui (transliterated from Chinese), told China Press that her daughter had gotten separated from her family at the ifood Bon Odori festival in the Eco Galleria in Johor Bahru at around 8.30pm last night.

Source: China Press

Ms Liao was wearing a white shirt with a Mickey Mouse pattern at the time.

Girl went missing at Bon Odori festival at Eco Galleria

According to Ms Liao’s mother, her family had been running a stall at the Obon festival at Eco Galleria when the young girl disappeared.

Source: China Press

After her disappearance, Ms Liao’s mother took to social media to appeal for help to find her.

Source: China Press

Ms Liao is the third of four children and is currently in kindergarten.

Her mother said that she is generally well-behaved and often follows her as she sets up stalls at events. However, the girl was the not type to wander around on her own.

Her mother explained that as she often volunteers at temples, she has close relationships with many temple directors.

Since her daughter went missing, she has notified relatives and friends, including the girl’s godfather and godmother, to search for her together. Unfortunately, there has been no new information so far.

Police received report about missing child at around 12am

Police from the Iskandar Puteri police department told China Press that they received a report from Ms Liao’s parents about her disappearance at around 12am on Sunday (21 July).

As of 1pm, police were still searching and investigating the scene, and several police officers were seen accompanying Ms Liao’s mother.

Source: China Press

Officers and a rescue dog named Milo left the scene earlier this afternoon.  The festival was laden with too many smells, impeding the search.

Ms Liao’s mother had not slept all night and although she was tired, she still remained at the venue.

Source: China Press

She also noted that a rumour on social media saying that her family had received a blackmail call was false.

However, she had received many calls of condolences.

Also read: 15-year-old girl missing for 5 days, also went missing last year

15-year-old girl missing for 5 days, also went missing last year

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76-year-old pedestrian dies after fatal accident at Bukit Batok, driver arrested for careless driving

53-year-old driver arrested after fatal accident at Bukit Batok West Avenue 6

A fatal accident involving a 76-year-old female pedestrian occurred in Bukit Batok on Saturday (20 July).

A 53-year-old driver was arrested for careless driving causing death, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) told MS News.

76-year-old pedestrian dies after accident

On the night of 20 July, a video of the accident’s aftermath at Bukit Batok West Avenue 6 was posted on the Singapore roads accident.com Facebook page.

Traffic police are seen diverting cars away from the middle of the road where a white sheet has been laid. An ambulance is also seen parked nearby.

Source: Singapore roads accident.com新加坡公路意外网页 on Facebook

According to the post, a BMW was involved in the fatal accident.

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) told MS News that it was alerted to the accident along Bukit Batok West Avenue 6 at around 6pm. A person was pronounced dead at the scene by an SCDF paramedic.

Police confirmed a 76-year-old female pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene.

They arrested a 59-year-old male driver was arrested for careless driving causing death.

Investigations are ongoing.

Also read: Van driver dies after rear-ending SMRT bus in Choa Chu Kang

Van driver dies after rear-ending SMRT bus in Choa Chu Kang

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Helicopter crashes after getting caught on kite string in Indonesia, all 5 onboard injured

Helicopter crashes in Bali, Indonesia

A helicopter crashed in Kuta Selatan, Badung, Bali, Indonesia, on Friday (19 July) after getting caught on a kite string.

According to Harian Metro, the aircraft carried two Australians and three locals.

helicopter crashes kite string bali

Source: Anadolu/Getty Images via The Guardian

All five on board were injured and were sent to the hospital for treatment.

Fortunately, all survived the incident.

Helicopter crashes after getting caught on a kite string

The aircraft took off to scout around Bali at 2:33 pm on Friday but reportedly went down five minutes later, according to Denpasar search and rescue agency spokesperson Nyoman Sidakarya.

The crash was due to the helicopter getting caught on a kite string, said Mokhammad Khusnu, a spokesman for the Transportation Ministry’s Air Transportation Directorate General.

helicopter crashes kite string bali

Source: EPA-EEE via Kosmo

To ensure aviation safety and security, Khusnu added that the ministry will implement more intensive outreach on the dangers of kites and enhance monitoring through coordination with the Bali administration.

All five on board sent to hospital

The three Indonesians on board were a pilot, a crew member, and a passenger, wrote Harian Metro.

Meanwhile, the two Australians were both passengers.

According to Xinhua, two individuals suffered serious injuries, while three others sustained minor injuries.

Fortunately, all survived and were taken to the hospital for treatment.

Also read: Helicopter crash in M’sia kills 10 Navy personnel during parade rehearsal

Helicopter crash in M’sia kills 10 Navy personnel during parade rehearsal

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Man driving S’pore-registered car seen pumping RON95 petrol in M’sia, triggers outrage from M’sians

Foreigner pumping RON95 petrol draws brickbats from Malaysians

A man who appears to be driving a Singapore-registered car was recently seen pumping subsidised RON95 petrol, which is illegal in Malaysia.

Two people filmed the act and named the location where they captured the video.

Petrol kiosks that allow foreigners to use RON95 petrol will have enforcement action taken against them.

However, there is no penalisation for the foreigners who are caught doing so.

Man driving Singapore-registered car seen pumping RON95 petrol in Malaysia

The 32-second video, first posted on EnGear, shows a man driving a Singapore-registered Honda Shuttle pumping RON95 petrol into his car.

Source: Engear TV on Facebook

One man is heard asking another person in Malay: “Uncle (pakcik), are you angry?”

The other person replies that he isn’t: “No, no, this is Petronas,” referring to the petrol kiosk they are at.

After the man driving the Singapore-registered car finishes pumping the petrol and heads into the kiosk, the men behind the camera note that they are at a Petronas kiosk in Jalan Damansara, around the Kuala Lumpur area.

Source: EnGear TV on Facebook

Netizens outraged by act

The issue of foreigners using RON95 petrol has been a big topic in Malaysia for years. This is reflected in several of the comments on the video.

One called on the government to fine petrol kiosk owners.

Source: Facebook

A second person remarked that they once pressed the emergency button after they had observed someone pumping RON95 petrol when they weren’t supposed to.

Source: Facebook

“Too lazy to talk to Singaporeans whose country is developed but brains are stone age,” they added.

Another person suggested that the Malaysian government should “file a suit” immediately when a video like this surfaces online.

They explained that when the car enters Malaysia again, they must pay a summons. They felt this would dissuade others from using RON95 petrol.

Source: Facebook

Illegal to use RON95 petrol, but no fines currently for errant drivers

Numerous Singapore-registered cars have been caught on viral videos pumping the petrol, which is subsidised only for Malaysians.

Last month, the Petroleum Dealers Association of Malaysia (PDAM) urged Malaysians to inform petrol station cashiers or staff if they see foreign vehicles filling RON95 petrol, according to The Star.

“We lack the legal means to report or penalise drivers of foreign-registered vehicles who buy subsidised fuel,” the PDAM said. “It is even more difficult when the transaction involves the purchase of RON95 at the pump using a debit or credit card.”

Cashiers at the fuel stations could halt transactions by deactivating the pump remotely.

Currently, petrol station operations will be penalised if their kiosk allows foreign cars to pump RON95 petrol.

If found guilty, they could be fined up to RM1 million (S$287,600), jailed for up to three years, or both.

The PDAM, however, called for the penalisation of foreigners who commit such acts.

Also read: Man uses brick to raise S’pore-registered car & allegedly pump more petrol in JB

Man uses brick to raise S’pore-registered car & allegedly pump more petrol in JB

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3-room flat in Toa Payoh sold for S$808K, breaks record in estate

3-room flat in Toa Payoh Crest housing estate sold for S$808,000

A three-room flat in Toa Payoh recently changed hands for S$808,000, becoming the most expensive flat of its kind in the estate.

HDB records show that the flat sits within the 34th and 36th floors of the block.

Source: HDB

The 68 sqm apartment It has 93 years and two months left on its lease.

Located in housing estate that spawned several record-breaking flats

The 3-room flat is located in Block 130B Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, within the Toa Payoh Crest housing estate.

Located a stone’s throw away from Caldecott MRT Station, the housing estate is no stranger to record-breaking transactions.

Earlier in March, a four-room flat in the housing estate was sold for S$1.15 million, breaking the sale record for four-room flats in Toa Payoh.

Toa Payoh HDB flat sold for S$1.15M, sets record for 4-room units in estate

In fact, the previous record holder for the most expensive three-room flat in Toa Payoh was set by another apartment in the housing estate.

Source: HDB

A search on the HDB portal shows that a flat, located in Block 131B Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, was sold for S$800,000.

The resale registration date was stated as sometime in May this year.

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Crows attack at least 4 residents in Tampines, leaves 1 with bleeding scalp

Crows attack residents passing by open-air carpark in Tampines

Residents are now wary of an open-air carpark in Tampines after at least four people were attacked there.

The carpark in question is the one next to Block 485B Tampines Avenue 9, reported Shin Min Daily News.

Source: Google Maps

Woman pecked on head in Tampines carpark

One victim, named only as Ms Bai (transliterated from Mandarin), said she was on the way to pick up a package in the area at 12 noon on Thursday (18 July).

Unexpectedly, a crow flew down and pecked hard at her head, added the 59-year-old private tutor.

Scared, she ran away.

She sees doctor for bleeding scalp

Later, Ms Bai found that her scalp was swollen and bleeding from the wound, which was about 1-2cm long.

Source: Shin Min Daily News

She went to see a doctor, and was prescribed antibiotics and ointments to ward off possible tetanus. She was also advised to seek medical attention immediately if she still felt unwell.

In future, she would avoid passing through the carpark, she added, hoping nearby residents would also be vigilant to avoid being attacked.

Crows also attack 3 other Tampines residents

At least three other people have been attacked by crows there.

A Tampines resident named only as Karin, a 51-year-old secretary, told Shin Min that she was pecked on the head at about 1pm on the same day.

This was the first time something like this had happened to her in the 24 years she has lived in the area, she said.

Thankfully, she was not injured, but her head hurt a little, she added.

26-year-old pet groomer Guo Miaoling (transliterated from Mandarin) said she was attacked when she was on the way home from work at 4pm.

Her brother was pecked on the head when he went to school at 10am, she added.

About 20 crows seen in the area

Reporters observed on Thursday that there were about 10 trees in the carpark. Four or five of them had crows.

Source: Shin Min Daily News

There were also about 10 crows below the block, adding up to a total of about 20 in the area.

A crow’s nest was also spotted in a tree, with crows occasionally circling the carpark on the lookout for “threats”.

A man was seen being attacked when he passed under the tree.

Crows’ nest near Tampines block cleared

In response to queries from Shin Min, the National Parks Board (NParks) said on Saturday (20 July) that the crows’ nest next to Block 485B had been cleared.

NParks is working with the town council to survey the area where reported attacks have occurred and remove crows’ nests there.

The house crow, with the scientific name Corvus Splendens, is an invasive species and poses a threat to local biodiversity, NParks added.

They are particularly protective of their chicks and will attack if they feel the young ones are being threatened.

Also read: Crows Attack Passers-By At Orchard Road, NParks Removes Nests To Prevent More Incidents

Crows Attack Passers-By At Orchard Road, NParks Removes Nests To Prevent More Incidents

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Bees swarm HDB blocks in Buangkok, pest control finds hive on rooftop

Buangkok residents plagued by bees, attempt to kill them with insecticide

Residents of a few blocks in Buangkok have been plagued by bees over the past week, with swarms of the insects invading homes and common areas.

Pest control later found that they came from a hive on the rooftop of one of the blocks.

Source: Shin Min Daily News

Bees seen all over Buangkok HDB block

Bee conservationist Xavier Tan posted on his blog that a resident of Block 984D Buangkok Link called him at about 9pm on 15 July.

When he visited the block to investigate, he found numerous dead bees on the 18th-floor corridor.

Source: Nutrinest Singapore BeeMan on YouTube

There were also live bees buzzing around, attracted to the lights.

Source: Nutrinest Singapore BeeMan on YouTube

He was met with the same scene on the 17th floor, with bee bodies clumped around drainage holes.

Source: Nutrinest Singapore BeeMan on YouTube

There were even bees inside the lift, he wrote.

Source: Nutrinest Singapore BeeMan on YouTube

As he went further downstairs, he saw fewer bees. There was also a strong smell of pesticide in the air and a pest control van parked outside the block, indicating that they had sprayed the block.

He visited blocks 984C and 992B and also found bees there.

Residents advised to stay calm & avoid provoking bees

Mr Tan, who owns Nutrinest, a humane bee removal and beekeeping service, confirmed that the insects were giant honey bees, also known as Apis Dorsata.

He advised residents to stay calm and walk to their flats if they encounter the bees.

If the bees aren’t provoked, they won’t sting, he said, even if they land on your body.

Bees invade Buangkok resident’s home

A resident named only as Mr Chen (transliterated from Mandarin), who lives in Block 999A Buangkok Crescent, told Shin Min Daily News that he first noticed the bees last Sunday (14 July).

The 38-year-old cleaner was watching TV at home when he noticed bees flying around his ceiling light.

He quickly sprayed insecticide on them and closed his doors and windows.

He then saw bees outside his flat and along the corridor.

When he called the town council, he was told that other residents had also notified them and was asked to wait patiently as many flats were affected.

Bees seen flying around Buangkok HDB corridor

A 52-year-old housewife who lives in Block 984D Buangkok Link told Shin Min that her children saw bees flying around the corridor lights when they came home that night.

They quickly went home and closed the door. Later, she saw town council personnel inspecting the premises.

A 70-year-old retiree named only as Ms Lin (transliterated from Mandarin) said her corridor was littered with bee corpses the next morning.

This was the first time she’d encountered such a situation at her place, she added.

A 24-year-old resident named only as Mr Lee said he found his cat playing with “insects” that he later realised were bees.

Pest control finds hive on rooftop of Block 984D

In response to queries from Shin Min, Ang Mo Kio Town Council (AMKTC) said they were alerted to the bees at Block 999A on the night of 14 July.

A pest control team was activated that same night, which confirmed that their presence was due to the migration of Malayan honey bees.

Pest control then located a beehive on the rooftop of Block 984D on the morning of 15 July, AMKTC adding, revealing:

To ensure the safety of our residents, we conducted the first treatment that same morning and followed up with a second treatment later that afternoon.

AMKTC thanked residents for their feedback and said they’re working towards maintaining a safe environment for everyone.

Also read: Woodlands Resident Finds Hundreds Of Bees Outside Flat, Town Council Removes Hive

Woodlands Resident Finds Hundreds Of Bees Outside Flat, Town Council Removes Hive

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2 Singaporeans jailed in Vietnam for stealing handbags worth S$5,400 to sell in S’pore

Singaporeans jailed up to 3.5 years in Vietnam for stealing, both reportedly degree-holders

A Singapore couple has reportedly been sentenced to jail in Vietnam for stealing handbags worth S$5,400.

The items were said to be meant for sale back home in Singapore.

Source: Tuoi Tre News on X

Singaporeans’ stealing spree in Vietnam was from 6-9 Aug 2023

The Singaporeans were identified as Shawn Han Sxe Siang, 42, and Loh Si Yu, 25, by Vietnam’s Tuoi Tre News.

They were arrested in August last year after a crime spree that spanned four days from 6 to 9 Aug.

The couple arrived in Ho Chi Minh City on 6 Aug and visited a Marc Jacobs store downtown.

Source: Google Maps

There, Loh distracted shop assistants with questions while Han made off with a handbag worth 6 million dong (S$319).

They used the same tactic on subsequent thefts in malls across town.

On 9 Aug, they swiped a Louis Vuitton bag worth 36 million dong (S$1,912) from a store at the Union Square mall.

Source: Google Maps

However, they were caught by a security guard, who handed them over to the police.

7 handbags worth S$5,400 found in hotel room

A search of their hotel room turned up stolen bags from brands like Marc Jacobs and Gucci Deco.

They reportedly pilfered seven luxury handbags worth 102 million dong (S$5,400) in total.

The couple had intended to bring the items back to Singapore and sell them.

Couple express remorse, plead for leniency

In court, Han and Loh expressed remorse and apologised for their actions.

They said challenging living conditions in Singapore prompted them to plot the caper.

Investigators were quoted as saying that they were both degree-holders. Han had worked as an engineer and Loh was a salesperson.

The couple also pleaded for leniency so they could return to their families.

Source: VnExpress.net

Vietnam court jails Singaporeans for stealing

Eventually, Han was jailed for 3.5 years after he admitted to the crime in court, according to VnExpress.

Loh was jailed for three years.

She had initially claimed that she had talked to shop staff to get information, not to distract them.

Also read: 2 S’poreans Arrested In Bangkok For Alleged Drug Dealing Also Stayed Illegally For 20 Years

2 S’poreans Arrested In Bangkok For Alleged Drug Dealing Also Stayed Illegally For 20 Years

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Part of Farrer Park apartment’s roof falls on motorcycle & damages it, roads closed for 10 hours

Mortar from roof of Farrer Park apartment falls on motorcycle that cost S$18,000

A motorcycle was seriously damaged in Farrer Park when part of the roof of a nearby apartment building fell on it, splitting its seat in half.

The incident took place on Friday (19 July), at the building on the junction of Rangoon Road and Dorset Road, reported Shin Min Daily News.

Source: Shin Min Daily News

It also caused a few roads in the area to be closed off for about 10 hours.

No one injured in incident on morning of 19 July

Eyewitness Deng Haixing (transliterated into Mandarin), 64, told Shin Min that mortar fell from the roof of the five-storey building at about 9am that morning.

Thankfully, no one was on the sidewalk below at the time, or they would surely have been killed, the retiree said.

The detachment of part of the building’s roof caused the white paint underneath to be exposed.

Source: Shin Min Daily News

It was also observed that about a dozen workers were working on the second floor of the building at the time.

A worker who declined to be named told the paper that they didn’t hear the noise as they were working at the back of the apartment at the time.

Motorcycle damaged by rubble from Farrer Park apartment roof

While no one was injured, two motorcycles were parked in roadside parking spaces at the foot of the building.

The rubble fell on one of them, causing it to fall to the ground. Its seat was split in half and its body was twisted.

Source: Shin Min Daily News

The owner, a 53-year-old equipment store clerk, also told Shin Min that its engine couldn’t start.

He had bought the motorcycle second-hand just seven months ago for S$18,000, to be paid in instalments, he said.

He has contacted the building’s owner, who will take up the matter with their insurance provider.

Nearby roads closed for 10 hours

As a precautionary measure in case more mortar fell, roads within 30m of the building were cordoned off by the police.

The road closure was lifted only at 8pm that night — after a total of about 10 hours.

This affected the business of six or seven shops in the area. A durian shop at the corner said their customers had to make a detour to get to their shop or give up entirely as they couldn’t find a parking space.

While their durians typically sell out by 2pm or 3pm, there were still some left unsold by evening, the person-in-charge added.

The owner of a liquor supply store said the road in front of his store was blocked, so lorries couldn’t access to collect and drop off goods.

They had to go round to his back door, costing them extra time.

Building poses no safety concern: BCA

In response to Shin Min’s enquiries, a Building and Construction Authority (BCA) spokesperson said that they were alerted by the police that morning that protective mortar had become dislodged from a recently completed residential building along Rangoon Road.

BCA engineers found that the mortar that fell off was an architectural finish of the slanted roof, a non-structural component.

After an assessment by the structural Qualified Person (QP) of the project, it was confirmed that the building poses no safety concern. BCA concurred with his assessment.

As a precautionary measure, the authorities have instructed the builder to remove any remaining protective mortar on the roof, and have a QP further investigate the cause of the incident.

The building obtained its Temporary Occupation Permit on 20 June, but hasn’t obtained a Certificate of Statutory Completion, BCA added.

Also read: Man’s skull cracks after metal rod from Bukit Panjang HDB rooftop falls on him, contractor arrested

Man’s skull cracks after metal rod from Bukit Panjang HDB rooftop falls on him, contractor arrested

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