A cabby (above) and his new taxi ended up covered in wet soil after an accident with a tipper truck on the Pan-Island Expressway just after noon yesterday.
TNP PHOTO: GARY GOH
He was trying to change lanes to the right when the lorry in front of him suddenly braked, swerving towards his vehicle.
Nine months after her motorcycle was sideswiped by a lorry, she still has nightmares about being in an operating theatre.
TNP PHOTO: Jonathan Choo
It was a scene of devastation at about 1.50am yesterday morning just before the Jalan Bahar exit on the PIE.
The car was overturned, its roof crushed and its engine ripped out.
TNP PHOTO: Benjamin Seetor
A motorcyclist died when a lorry ran over him after he skidded on the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) yesterday morning.
A driver who missed his turn to the slip road leading to the BKE decided to cut across two lanes of traffic on the PIE.
Hail the “Tiger Wives” of Asia, who shoot the stereotype of oriental female softies to pieces.
IT’S the expressway that takes the top spot for having the most number of accidents.
And on Friday night, two accidents happened near the Jalan Eunos exit within an hour, causing a traffic snarl that tailed back to Sims Avenue.
PHOTO: Cheong Shu Hui
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