17 Dec '11, 1pm

Man falls from height near Sengkang MRT station

Man falls from height near Sengkang MRT station

A man fell from height while cleaning near Sengkang MRT station on Saturday. -- PHOTO: STOMP By Stacey Chia A man fell from height while cleaning near Sengkang MRT station on Saturday. He was sprawled on the floor covered in blood. It is not known how he fell or whom he was working for. Netizens speculate that part of the ceiling may have collapsed and hit him, or he could have lost his balance and grabbed onto a metal piece that appeared to be attached to the ceiling. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) responded to the incident after receiving a call at 2.15pm. Photo gallery Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. blog comments powered by Disqus

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Awning falls on man at Sengkang train station

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Man falls through roof at Seng Kang MRT station

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