15 Jul '11, 6am

Raging fire at Woodlands factory

Raging fire at Woodlands factory

The blaze affected four units owned by two companies which dealt with electronic goods and plastic products, but there were no casualties. -- PHOTO: STOMP A FIRE broke out at a factory in Woodlands on Friday morning, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said in a statement. The blaze affected four units owned by two companies which deal with electronic goods and plastic products, but there were no casualties. The SCDF said it was alerted to the fire at 6.03am, and had arrived at the factory along Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 1 within five minutes. The SCDF brought the fire under control within 25 minutes and is investigating the cause of the fire. A reader of citizen journalism site Stomp - Askar - said he was close to the scene of the blaze and that he could feel the heat of the flames as he walked towards the factory. 'I couldn't go near the factory as it was hot...

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