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MAN KNOCKED DOWN WHILE TRYING TO CROSS PIE ON FOOT

The accident occurred on Saturday morning along the PIE towards Tuas, before the Thomson exit. Chua said that he was driving to school for a test when he spotted a man walking towards his lane. He was driving at about 80kmh in the first lane, he said. "I honked him but he still continued walking and I jammed my brakes and swerved to the right, causing him to impact on the left side of my car."

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MAN ANGRY AT BEING OVERTAKEN BY LORRY, REACTS BY ASSAULTING DRIVER

A man driving his van became so angry that a lorry overtook him, that he sped up to catch up to the lorry, stopped the lorry, assaulted the lorry driver, and took his ignition keys away. Tang Chiap Huat, 48, was sentenced to four weeks' jail for this extreme road rage.

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BIKER HITS WOODEN PLANK ON PIE, FLUNG TO OTHER SIDE OF THE ROAD AND DIED OF INJURIES

Police were alerted to an accident involving a car and a motorcycle along PIE towards Changi Airport at 7.21am. The 31-year-old male motorcyclist was found lying motionless and was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene. According to witnesses, the motorcyclist was riding along the PIE when he hit a wooden plank on the road and flew to the opposite side of the road from the impact. A car coming from the other direction ran over him.

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HAWKER'S MERCEDES-BENZ CAUGHT FIRE, ALL ESCAPED UNHURT

While the fire first began around the bonnet of the car, it quickly consumed the rest of the car. Photos taken by witnesses nearby show the car completely engulfed in flames. The driver said that he bought the car eight months ago and changed the car's air conditioning system the day before the incident.

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DRUNK LORRY DRIVER CAUSED ACCIDENT, NO OTHER VEHICLES INVOLVED

It was understood that the driver was driving along the road when he lost control of the vehicle and collided into the centre guard rail located near the exit.

Photos of the accident showed the yellow lorry sitting diagonally across the second lane of the road, with its front badly damaged and windows smashed. SCDF said the man suffered abrasions and lacerations, but refused to be taken to hospital.

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FOUR WORKERS STILL WARDED IN HOSPITAL AFTER THE PIE VIADUCT COLLAPSE, BUT INJURIES NOT DISCLOSED

Instead, the two, Chinese national Gao Liqin, 49 and Barek Mohammed, 25, from Bangladesh, have instead been transferred out to the high dependency unit in CGH. However, their exact conditions were still not disclosed to the public. Two other workers also remain in hospital.

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