33yo woman falls onto walkway shelter in Boon Keng, dies from injuries - The Independent Singapore News

33yo woman falls onto walkway shelter in Boon Keng, dies from injuries - The Independent Singapore News

17/1/2022 4:24:00 AM

33yo woman falls onto walkway shelter in Boon Keng, dies from injuries - The Independent Singapore News

The woman was manually rescued from the roof of the covered walkway and conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital while semi-conscious.

No foul play is suspected based on preliminary investigation findings.

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