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CAR IN KAKI BUKIT BURST INTO FLAMES, 1 SEND TO SGH, 20 EVACUATED

SCDF said that the fire took place on Christmas Eve at about 1.20 PM.

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At least 20 people were evacuated from the scene and 1 person send to Singapore General Hospital

“Patients who sustained smoke inhalation or serious burn injuries but are in stable condition, will be conveyed to Singapore General Hospital’s specialised Burn Centre instead of the nearest hospital”

Uncle taking it for granted

A man in the video said that no one has been injured but he was quickly corrected by a bystander who told him that a man was burned.

While the car was burning a man in the background said “unit number, unit number” telling others to buy 4D.

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According to remarks said in the video, the vehicle is a Mercedes.

This is no small matter:

Some netizens commented and said that it is a small matter but it is far from one.

Patients who sustained smoke inhalation or serious burn injuries were more likely to die, according to a study published in the journal Burns. The study found that patients with smoke inhalation or serious burn injuries had a mortality rate of up to 50%. The study also found that the severity of the injury was an important factor in determining mortality. Patients with more severe burns had a higher mortality rate than those with less severe burns.

The study concluded that early detection and timely treatment of smoke inhalation and burn injuries could reduce mortality rates.

Here are what netizens think:

  • The brainless Toyota hiace van driver still park infront of the burning workshop . Later scdf come won’t ur van be blocking the fire truck and if the car explode later parts send flying hit on ur van then u want claim from who. See fire le Park else where la .
  • taukeh pun lai, taukeh pun tao tuah cheah tio sio
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