One injured after car smashes into road-sweeper lorry at Farrer Flyover
The aftermath of the accident captured in a photo that is circulating online.
SINGAPORE: A car collided into the back of a road-sweeper lorry in an accident on Adam Road towards Farrer Road early Thursday (Dec 28) morning.
Police said they were alerted to the accident at 4.02am and a 46-year-old man was conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Channel NewsAsia understands that he is the driver of the silver sedan involved in the accident and he suffered minor injuries. The lorry driver, who escaped unhurt, was driving along the left lane of the Farrer Flyover when he felt an impact from the back.
A photo circulating online showed the front of the car badly smashed, with debris and part of the front bumper strewn across the road. The windscreen of the car appeared shattered. The lorry did not appear to have suffered much damage.
December 27, 2017
It later told motorists to avoid the left lane of Farrer Flyover in a subsequent tweet at 5.13am. Accident on Adam Road (towards Queensway) at Farrer Flyover. Avoid left lane— LTATrafficNews (@LTAtrafficnews) December 27, 2017
Police said that investigations are ongoing.