Car At Bedok Carpark Catches On Fire, Extinguished By SCDF
Vehicles can catch on fire for a variety of reasons, which can be concerning for many.
Recently, a car caught on fire while parked in an open-spaced carpark in Bedok.
The incident was captured on video and posted on TikTok by a lady.
malem” denger berisik ternyata ada mobil kebakar
Thankfully, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) arrived at the scene in time to put out the fire.
There were no injuries reported either.
Car catches on fire at Bedok
On Sunday (28 Nov) night, a car parked at Block 548 Bedok North Avenue 1 caught on fire.
However, since the lady only recorded the scene halfway, it is unsure as to how the fire started.
Right beside the car on fire was a black car, whose owner quickly ran towards it to drive off.
Due to the strong flames, the fire also caught the attention of several passers-by.
SCDF extinguish flames
In the second video posted, 3 SCDF firefighters could be seen trying to extinguish the fire that’d grown even bigger.
Additionally, a firetruck could be seen pulling up near the car with more firefighters trying to put out the fire.
Upon queries from MS News, SCDF mentioned they were alerted to the fire at around 9.45pm.
SCDF used 2 compressed air foam backpacks and 1 water jet to extinguish the fire.
Luckily, there were no reported injuries. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
Kudos to SCDF for extinguishing fire
Kudos to the SCDF team for being able to extinguish the fire quickly.
Thankfully, the affected car had no driver or passengers when the fire occurred.
While it is still unclear as to how the car caught on fire, we hope SCDF will be able to find out and inform the owner soon.
Have news you must share? Get in touch with us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay up to date!
Subscribe to MS News' mailing list to get the latest news updates