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FIVE WORKERS HURT IN INDUSTRIAL INCIDENT, WINDOWS SEEM TO HAVE BLOWN OFF

Investigations are currently still ongoing, though no details were released on the kind of injuries suffered by the five workers, and indeed, the nature of the industrial incident. However, one eyewitness, Jason Ong, reportedly said that he heard an 'explosion', and photos showing the windows of a floor of the building damaged by what may seem like explosion was taken by him.

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13 YEAR OLD TEEN GOES MISSING, HAVE YOU SEEN HIM?

A 13 year old teen has been reported missing and was last seen at Block 304 Bukit Batok Street 31 on Saturday 8 July. According to the Police, Muhammad Iqmal Bin Ahmad Razali was last seen wearing an off-white shirt and a pair of red pants with black stripes.

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BUKIT BATOK RESIDENTS FACE 2 MONTHS OF NEW LIFT BREAKDOWNS, DID THEY VOTE FOR THIS?

Amidst the FamiLee drama, let us not forget that we still have to put up with many unsolved problems from chronic overcrowding and frequent breakdown of public transport system to signalling faults to hospital overcrowding to......HDB lift breakdowns! We urge the residents not to worry. For past 2 months, residents of Blk 296C at the spanking new (and costly) Bukit Batok development Skyline II have had to put up with frequent lift breakdowns. We are sure they will be well taken care of by their PAP MP Murali Pillai, whom they overwhelmingly voted in to Parliament with a whopping 61.2% of the votes in 2016.

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LIFT FAULTS IN BRAND NEW HDB BLOCK LEAVE RESIDENTS FRUSTRATED

Residents of the 38 storey block of flats are often left disappointed and frustrated that they are facing lift problems so soon after moving in. Lifts A and B serve the ground floor and the 21st to 38th storeys. Lifts C and D serve the ground floor to the 20th storey. The lifts are from Sigma Elevator, which had been banned from tendering for new HDB projects since October 2015 due to poor performance and installation delays. They had managed to secure this project before the ban took into effect. Residents are also left worried that they might get trapped in the lift, especially those pregnant and the elderly. As a precaution, some residents have taken it upon themselves to text their family members to inform them they are in the lift, just in case a breakdown happens. Bukit Batok Member of Parliament, Mr Murali Pillai, who had been very vocal during his election campaign, but strangely been very quiet once he got his MP position, intimated that he shares the residents' concerns and will be monitoring the situation closely.

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