Tag Archives: Ceiling

CONCRETE CHUNKS FALL FROM CEILING, NARROWLY MISSING ELDERLY OCCUPANT

Madam Chen was walking to the toilet of her two-room rented flat when concrete pieces from her kitchen ceiling landed just in front of her. This happened at Block 51 Marine Terrace in the wee hours of Monday morning (Feb 6). The crash was so loud that their neighbour from a lower floor came up to find out what was happening.

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HDB FLAT CEILING CRUMBLES, FALLING DEBRIS INJURED OLD MAN, HDB GUILTY OF NEGLECT?

From faulty and malfunctioning lifts to sewage pipes bursting to cracks in BTO flats, HDB and PAP town councils have seen it all, despite claims of estates under the PAP being well-managed in the MND's annual Town Council Management Report. The latest mishap to occur in yet another PAP-run ward took place last week when the toilet ceiling of a flat in Blk 141 on Yishun Ring Road crumbled, raining debris on its unfortunate 80-year old occupant, Mr Wong.

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CEILING COLLAPSED ON DINER AT WINE CONNECTION AT HILLV2

It was reported that a diner was having her meal at Wine Connection Bistro at HillV2 when the ceiling gave way and collapsed on her. This happened yesterday (Oct 31) at 6+ in the evening. The lady was dining with her children when the ceiling landed on her head. She was bleeding profusely. Paramedics bandaged her wound and she was conveyed to Ng Teng Fong Hospital.

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HELP! MY HDB KITCHEN CEILING IS LEAKING!

Came back from work and greeted with small little streams of water flowing down the walls of my kitchen. My unit upstairs is doing renovation and has just done some hacking last week. I'm pretty sure the waterproofing is damaged because of the hacking. So as the below unit, I got to suffer I've done my googling and in a nutshell, this should be what will happen.

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DR VIVIAN BALAKRISHNAN’S GADGET BOXES

Kids can also learn programming skills from online communities and YouTube videos, he said. In a Cashew Constituency Edusave Awards Presentation Ceremony in January, he brought in techies who taught kids and parents how to make simple robots. He is also considering a Makers' Fair around mid-year to expose his constituency to made-in-Singapore technologies. "If I can learn to program, many out there can probably do it too. If we give our children the right tools, it will blow our minds as to what they can do."

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