Tag Archives: Pavement

BUS MOUNTED KERB OUTSIDE BEDOK INTERCHANGE, ONE WOMAN UNDER BUS

Saw an accident at Bedok Bus interchange today. The bus, which was returning back to the interchange, mounted the kerb and unfortunately, hit two pedestrians who were waiting at the traffic junction to cross the road. According to people who were there at the time of the accident, the victims were two women pedestrians. One woman appeared injured and was down beside the bus, while another woman was actually under the bus. The woman who was at the pavement beside the bus appeared hurt, and some say she might have injured both her legs. The woman under the bus was apparently still responsive when ambulance and SCDF came.

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48 YR OLD MAN CHARGED FOR MURDERING TECK WHYE FLATMATE

48 year old Mohammad Rosli Abdul Rahim has been charged for allegedly killing Mohammad Roslan Zaini 2 days ago at Teck Whye Crescent. He will be remanded for a week for investigations and will appear in court on 25 Aug. He may face the death penalty if convicted of murder.

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IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDOK AFTER NCMP DENNIS TAN FIGHTS FOR THEM IN PARLIAMENT

Kudos to NCMP Dennis Tan Lip Fong for suggesting to build a better footpath for Bedok residents! Earlier, he raised the issue in Parliament to Minister Ng Chee Meng to widen the footpath along Bedok North Avenue 4. He proposed the idea after seeing that there are many pedestrians, cyclists and e-scooters there and saw the need to make things convenient for residents. The improvement works, which have recently started, will include the area opposite St Anthony's Canossian Secondary School and Fengshan SMC. If completed, the footpath will be at least 2 times wider and will definitely add to a safer environment.

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LTA OFFICER TAKES PHOTO OF BIKES EVEN THO BIKERS HAVE SHIFTED THEIR BIKES

My group of riders was having our supper at Adam Corner and it has been our weekly routine. And recently there has been too many disturbance from LTA Enforment officer..... Everytime an enforcement officer arrive they will usually tell us off nicely to remove our bike from the double yellow line where eventually most of us will leave. But today, to our dissapointment the officer by the name of Patiban told us to remove our bikes from the yellow line. As usually we leave and shift our bikes away.

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