Certis Cisco guard fires gun at Changi Airport; no injuries reported

Certis Cisco guard fires gun at Changi Airport; no injuries reported
A gunshot was fired at Changi Airport in the early morning on 15 September. (Photo: Yahoo News Singapore)

A Certis Cisco guard fired a gun at Changi Airport in the early hours of Friday morning (15 September).

Police said the gunshot was believed to be accidental.

The incident occurred in a restricted staff-only area which is not accessible to the public, according to The Straits Times.

No injuries were reported and the Airport Police Division is investigating the incident.

Yahoo News Singapore has contacted police and Certis Cisco for comment.

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