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LORRY CATCHES FIRE AT LORNIE RD, MASSIVE JAM ALL THE WAY TO BRADDELL RD

A lorry caught fire just this morning at Lornie Rd, causing a massive jam along Braddell Rd. Drivers saw thick smoke billowing from the vehicle and said only 2 lanes were usable. It is uncertain what caused the fire, but the SCDF has since extinguished it and nobody was injured.

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DON'T BLAME GOVT FOR CROWDED MRT, JUST AVOID PEAK HOUR TRAVEL LAH

Train service disruption in Singapore is a common incident in Singapore lately and it seems very common. I hope commuters will understand what causes the disruptions. Maintainence do play a huge role but passengers activities are also contributing factors.

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ICA: CANOPY AT TUAS CHECKPOINT COLLAPSED, MOTORISTS PLS AVOID USING TUAS

An accident had occurred at Tuas checkpoint at about 5.35am this morning, affecting arrival traffic. Motorists can expect delays. The ICA advises all arriving motorists to avoid using Tuas checkpoint. More information will be provided when available.

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KIND TAXI UNCLE DROPPED LADY OFF AT MRT STN TO AVOID BKE JAM & REFUSED PAYMENT

I left house early for tuition in hopes to reach my tutee's house earlier. However, the feeder service at my area was delayed 20 minutes due to the oil spill at Woodlands. So I decided to cab to CCK once I reached Woodlands interchange. In the cab, halfway through the journey to the entrance of BKE, the traffic congestion was really bad and the vehicles were barely moving. I think he could see that I was panicking and then he decided to drop me off at some random bus stop and asked me to take the train instead because the jam definitely wouldn't clear anytime soon and also to save me from the meter fare. When I took out my wallet to pay, he rejected my money immediately and said it's okay and even told me to hurry to my tutee's house.

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MORON: DECEASED BIKER WHO CAUSED MASSIVE PIE JAM DESERVED IT, HE WASTED MY TIME & MONEY

A Singaporean man stirred an outrage in Singapore’s Facebook community after complaining about a deceased who caused a massive traffic jam along the PIE. Posting on The Straits Times link, Zichuan Ong complained about having his time wasted in a traffic jam and that the "cibai" deceased traffic victim “deserves it”. Ong added that life is destined by God and told critics to accept it as part of life.

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MAN RIDES HORSE TO WORK SO AS TO AVOID TRAFFIC JAMS

A man in China has started riding a horse to work to avoid traffic jams. The horseman claims he gave up his car because the roads to work are always congested with traffic, making him late almost every day. On a whim, the man one day decided to leave behind his car and use his horse to get to work. Riding the horse is now the man’s main way to get to work and to leave for home.

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