ANGRY CROWS ATTACK WOMAN IN PASIR RIS, SENT TO HOSPITAL WITH DEEP CUTS ON FOREHEAD

A 40 year old woman living in Pasir Ris was conveyed to Changi General Hospital with lacerations on her forehead after crows attacked her out of the blue. The incident happened at Block 106 Pasir Ris Street 12 during evening at 7.10pm.

Eyewitness said they saw a few children feeding crows and after, the crows flew around and attacked the woman. There was a lot of blood on the victim’s head and blood splattered on the ground as she screamed in pain.

AVA has since activated their crow culling contractors and one crow’s nest was removed. The authorities urged members of the public to not feed the birds as it will encourage them to congregate and result in nuisance and hygiene issues.

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