A collision on Woodlands Avenue 12 between a red Audi and a van around 8pm on Friday (Oct. 23) sent four people, including an eight-year-old child, to the hospital. According to videos posted on social media, the incident happened while the van was turning into the lane in which the red car was driving. Red car collided with u-turning van In a video posted on Facebook by ROADS.sg, the red Audi could be seen driving along the right-most lane of Woodlands Avenue 12 when it hit its brakes, as a grey van suddenly pulled in front of it while making a turn. The red Audi collided with the back of the grey van, sending both vehicles spinning. A person also appeared to be thrown from the van onto the road due to the impact of the collision. In another video posted by ROADS.sg, the person could be seen lying on the road, and then sitting up with the assistance of another individual. WARNING: Graphic image ahead A child and two adults could also be seen at ... » Learn More about 4 hospitalised after red Audi & van collide along Woodlands Ave 12, 56-year-old van driver arrested
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About S$12,000 have been raised to help pay part of the medical bills of an eight-year-old girl who sustained serious injuries after she was thrown out of a van following a road accident in Woodlands that has left her in a coma since Friday, Oct. 23. The girl, Lovelynn Tan, underwent emergency surgery after she broke both her legs and suffered a head injury. The moving van she was in collided with an Audi. The van was driven by the girl's uncle. Fundraising led by friend of injured girl's father The fundraising campaign is led by Andy Ang, 35, a friend of the girl's parents, The New Paper reported . The girl's father, Eric Tan, 45, has known Ang for more than six years at a temple. Ang told TNP: "He has not been sleeping all this while. We can only help him by raising funds so he won't need to be worried about the medical fees." To prevent scammers trying to make a quick buck off this incident, donations will not be accepted after 11pm on Oct. 28. Ang ... » Learn More about Some S$12,000 raised for girl, 8, in coma after Woodlands van-Audi collision
A collision on Woodlands Avenue 12 between a red Audi and a van around 8pm on Friday (Oct. 23) sent four people, including an eight-year-old girl, to the hospital. Accident sent four to hospital According to the girl's father, who spoke to 8World , she remained unconscious after a day and the doctor advised that the next few days were critical for her. When the passengers in the van and car were conveyed to the hospital after the accident, they were still conscious, said the police. In a video posted by ROADS.sg, a red Audi could be seen driving along the right-most lane of the road when it slammed its brakes as a grey van suddenly pulled it front of it while making a turn. Colliding with the back of the grey van, both vehicles were sent spinning. During the collision, the girl and her 23-year-old cousin were both sent flying out of the vehicle. The driver of the van was arrested for dangerous driving causing hurt. Eight-year-old girl suffered ... » Learn More about Girl, 8, in Woodlands accident still unconscious, father says next few days critical
AT A GLANCE Only 56% of the flagship infrastructure projects in the government's revised list are expected to be completed by 2022, Duterte's last year in office The government counts on Build, Build, Build to fuel the country's economic recovery from the pandemic, but it will rely on loans to fund many of the projects DOTr and DPWH, the two agencies that are implementing most of the projects, have been underspending their respective budgets. This led to the slow execution of the program Are we anywhere near the touted "golden age of infrastructure" now that 4 years of the Duterte administration have gone by? President Rodrigo Duterte and his economic managers launched the ambitious P8.4-trillion infrastructure program in 2017 to reduce poverty, stimulate economic growth, and reduce congestion in Metro Manila. The messaging was clear: Build, Build, Build will be Duterte's legacy . Since then, the government has repeatedly boasted of the program's ... » Learn More about With 2 years left in Duterte’s term, where are we on Build, Build, Build?