Safety netting put up along Changi Jurassic Mile after visitor injured by golf ball

26/10/2020 6:05:00 PM

Safety netting put up along Changi Jurassic Mile after visitor injured by golf ball

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Safety netting put up along Changi Jurassic Mile after visitor injured by golf ballSINGAPORE: Safety netting has been put up along parts of the Changi Jurassic Mile following an incident last week when a visitor was injured by a ... Good! Safer better

Netting put up along parts of Changi Jurassic Mile after woman hit on head by golf ballThe netting is extends above fencing that segregates the walking path from the dinosaur exhibits and the golf course.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Is this effective? Golf ball won't be coming from the top / opening? The net was not high enough to block the golf ball fly over and may be due to the new player isn’t it ? When things happens than take action

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