Police investigating fire at McDonald's in Bedok North
A fire broke out at a McDonald's restaurant at Bedok North Street 3 on Wednesday (Sep 27). There were no reported injuries. (Photo: Nathaphong Bunyarit/Facebook)
SINGAPORE: The police are investigating after a fire broke out at a McDonald's restaurant in Bedok North on Wednesday (Sep 27). There were no reported injuries from the incident. A police spokesperson said they were alerted to a case of mischief at Block 539 Bedok North Street 3 at about 6.25pm on Wednesday. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it dispatched two fire engines, a Red Rhino, as well as an ambulance to the scene. SCDF officers then put out the fire using a dry powder extinguisher. Channel NewsAsia understands that the fire broke out in the restaurant's bathroom. In a statement, a spokesperson for McDonald's said its customers and crew were evacuated from the premises once the fire was brought to their attention. The restaurant resumed operations at 1.05am on Thursday, McDonald's added.