25 injured in Singapore MRT train accident

25 injured in Singapore MRT train accident

SMRT trains collide at Joo Koon station, 25 injured

It said in a statement that a train stopped at the Joo Koon station heading westwards towards Tuas Link station.

A SMRT train at Singapore's Joo Koon MRT station bumped into a stationary one Wednesday morning, leaving a total of 25 people injured badly.

Earlier, the Singapore Civil Defence Force said in a Twitter post that it had been alerted to an incident at the station at 8:33 a.m.

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Stomp contributor Azli was one of the passengers in the train which came into contact with the rear end of the stationary train.

"I was scratched on my left hand though it's not that serious". Six members and other seven managerial staff of SMRT's Building and Facilities Maintenance group were found responsible for the maintenance of the pump system, which was related to the incident, according to local media.

"This is to facilitate the recovery of the two trains involved in this morning's incident at Joo Koon MRT station". It was then hit by another train when the automatic train protection system failed. Two employees of SMRT Corp. and 23 passengers sustained light to moderate injuries and were sent to two hospitals, the line's operator SMRT and Singapore's Land Transport Authority said in a statement.

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The incident happened at the time that the Circle Line, better known as the Yellow Line, was affected by delays which the SMRT attributed to "a signal fault" at about 6 am.

Associate Professor Lawrence Loh, an expert on corporate governance at the National University of Singapore Business School, said the collision gave a "whole new dimension" to the train problem.

A commuter, Mei Anne posted on her Facebook page saying that she was on the train which collided with the other train.

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