12 Aug '11, 2am

Fog blankets Choa Chu Kang (via ST iPhone App)

Fog blankets Choa Chu Kang (via ST iPhone App)

A mysterious fog blanketing Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 last night. A spokesman for the National Environment Agency said incense paper was being burned at a plot of land near Sungei Tengah Road on Wednesday night from 10pm, which could have produced the smoke. No smoke plumes were visible by satellite yesterday, suggesting the fog was not due to haze, the agency said. -- ST PHOTO: TED CHEN By Joanna Seow & Huang Lijie A MYSTERIOUS grey fog descended on Choa Chu Kang on Wednesday night, shrouding the neighbourhood for the second year running. It was apparently caused not by the weather, but by people burning incense paper during the Hungry Ghost Festival. The smog came almost exactly a year after a similar incident in the area. It was said to have dissipated slightly overnight, but was still in the air yesterday morning. Background story THICK AND SMELLY 'It was very thick and v...

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