Migrant Worker Trapped In Lorry After Jurong Accident, Rescued By SCDF

Migrant Worker Trapped In Passenger Seat Of Lorry After Accident At Jurong

Just this year alone, there have been a number of traffic accidents involving migrant workers.

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On Wednesday (17 Nov), a migrant worker was trapped in the passenger seat of a lorry after a collision along Penjuru Place in Jurong.

Thankfully, he was later rescued by Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) officers using hydraulic rescue equipment.

SCDF rescues migrant worker trapped in lorry after accident

On Wednesday (17 Nov) morning, an accident involving 2 lorries occurred at 36 Penjuru Place. The video of the accident was posted on the Singapore roads accident.com Facebook group.

One of the lorries was seen parked along the road shoulder. Out of nowhere, another lorry who probably did not notice the stationary vehicle ended up rear-ending it.

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The accident resulted in a migrant worker getting trapped in the passenger seat.

2 personnel conveyed to hospital

According to SCDF, they were alerted to the accident at around 5.35am.

The video also showed many SCDF personnel trying to help the worker, with many people standing around to see what was going on.

In order to rescue the worker, the SCDF personnel had to use hydraulic rescue equipment.

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2 individuals were conveyed to National University Hospital for injuries sustained during the accident.

Speedy recovery to the migrant workers

We hope the 2 people conveyed to the hospital did not suffer any serious injuries and will make recover swiftly.

We hope road users, migrant workers or not, will be extra vigilant while driving to prevent such traffic accidents.

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Featured image adapted from Singapore roads accident.com on Facebook

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