SMRT Train stalled at Redhill MRT station

A train stalled at Redhill MRT station on Friday night, forcing hundreds of passengers to disembark.

The train was travelling in the direction of Joo Koon on the East-West Line. The incident occurred at about 11.10pm, according to affected commuters.

“The train door opened and closed for like 10 times. Then there was an announcement asking passengers to leave the train,” said student Sarah Au-Yong, 21, who boarded the train at Outram for Queenstown. “But many of us were still confused. It was only when they turned off the lights in the train that people realised it had broken down.”

Many commuters made a beeline for taxi stands, but some chose to wait for service to resume at the station, she said. The train was still at Redhill MRT station at 11.30pm. There was no mention of the incident on SMRT’s official Twitter account.

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