Reader sends in pictures of dramatic crash
He was getting ready for bed when he heard a crash outside.
Mr Khew Zong Jie, 32, looked out of his bedroom window to see a car reduced to a crumpled heap after it had crashed into a road divider at Jalan Boon Lay.
The insurance agent immediately informed The New Paper via e-mail and attached pictures of the crash.
A man refused to be sent to hospital when an ambulance arrived at the scene.
Mr Khew thought that the report published last Thursday was well-written and was amazed his picture had turned out so well.
"I usually read TNP's online news once in awhile, but I think I will subscribe to it now," he said.
Another reader, who wanted to be known only as Kevin, 26, contacted TNP for the first time about an accident last Monday.
He was in an ambulance with Timothy, 14, his younger brother, when it collided with a van in front.
Timothy was being rushed to KK Women's and Children's Hospital for an abnormally fast heart rate and high temperature on May 21.
The ambulance collided into the back of the van and Timothy sustained more injuries. The report was published last Tuesday.
"I wanted to raise awareness of how important it is to give way to emergency vehicles," said Kevin.
He liked how precise and succinct the news was presented in TNP.
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