SCDF

2 FIRES IN 2 DAYS IN SG MALLS! FIRST AMK HUB, NOW NEX

Just two days ago, a shop at the basement of the Ang Mo Kio Hub caught fire. Last night, another shop, this time in NEX, also caught fire. SCDF had confirmed that a fire occurred at 9.50pm, and involved construction materials.

No injuries were reported, but shoppers were informed via announcements that they are to leave the building immediately and not take the lifts. No news given on what shops were affected. Is this a new trend now? That's two fires in two days in shopping malls. Thankfully, both fires are small ones, and they managed to be put out pretty fast, without any casualties.

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SHOP OWNERS BEWARE OF COMPANY FORCING YOU TO BUY THEIR FIRE EXTINGUISHER OR FAIL FIRE SAFETY

Hi, I would like to bring you to an attention for companies threatening and forcing shops or individuals to buy fire extinguishers from them. They came to my shop this afternoon and told us we had to purchase fire extinguisher from them if not cannot pass the fire safety. Usually we purchase our own extinguishers from trusted company ourselves and they dun go door to door and hard sell them btw. Over the phone, we ask our staffs dun buy from them but they force our staffs to sign on our behalf instead! Once we put down the phone they want our staff to sign! Our staff also blur blur go sign becoz they say they scared. They look fierce and threatening to them.

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF SCDF FIREFIGHTERS SOUNDS LIKE AN ACTION MOVIE

Singapore Civil Defence Force national serviceman, Corporal Muhammad Aliff Amirrudin Abdul Razak, 21, and his section commander were moving alonng the fourth storey corridor of a burning industrial building to assess the fire and rescue any trapped survivors, but little did they know that it could have been them who would lose their lives.

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HUGE TUAS FIRE DEALT WITH BY SCDF HEROES

Finally, the huge fire at the Tuas Waste management plant was put out. It took about 200 fireman 4 hours to successfully fight the fire. Thankfully, all the workers at the plant managed to be evacuated before the fire engulfed the while building.

There was only one reported case of injury in the fire, that of a firefighter who went down with exhaustion. Periodic explosions were also heard as the firefighters were fighting the blaze. As the fire involved chemical waste and flammable materials, the police had advised the public to stay away from the area.

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FIRE AT TUAS WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANT, STAY AWAY!

There is a major fire now happening at the Tuas Waste Management plant. Apparently, the affected plant belongs to the ECO Special Waste Management. SCDF personnel are at the scene of the fore, battling hard to put it out.

The police had also advised the public to avoid the area. The fire, which occurred early this morning, is so huge, it can be seen from afar.

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BEES ATTACK WOMAN IN AMK PARK, WHY ARE BEES THERE IN THE FIRST PLACE?

SCDF confirmed the woman was taken to the hospital conscious. Wonder what triggered the attack on the woman by the swarm of bees. Were they provoked? The main thing was, why was there a swarm of bees in the area in the first place? This is a well used park, with many people going through it for exercise, or to get to the McDonald's restaurant located nearby. AVA, NParks, and all the other authorities responsible for keeping our parks safe, time to move on from giving excuses about culling of chickens and checking of trees done to world standards.

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FIRE AT SAGO LANE, 2 CONVEYED TO HOSPITAL FOR SMOKE INHALATION

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) was alerted to a fire this morning (Jan 23) at about 5am.

The fire occured at Block 4 Sago Lane, on the 10th floor. The unit's occupants, a female in her 80s and a male in his 50s were conveyed to the hospital for smoke inhalation. The SCDF put out the fire in the unit's kitchen.

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