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Black car crashed through wall at Sea Esta condominium

Chaos erupted in Pasir Ris as a black car lost control and crashed into a condominium’s perimeter wall on 14 October. Residents were startled by the deafening crash, which left the wall shattered and debris scattered.




SINGAPORE: In a recent incident in Pasir Ris, a black car crashed into the perimeter wall of a condominium after the driver purportedly lost control of the vehicle.

This incident occurred on the evening of Saturday (14 Oct), when a car collided with the boundary wall of Sea Esta condominium.

A photograph shared on the Facebook page (16 Oct) revealed a traffic police officer standing in close proximity to the vehicle that had forcefully breached the Sea Esta’s perimeter wall.

The accompanying caption for the photo succinctly conveyed the essence of the event, “This is what happened at Sea Esta condo last night.”

Additional visual evidence of the collision, sourced from local forum HardwareZone, depicted the car wedged firmly within the breached wall.

An interior photograph from the condominium offered insight into the extent of the damage, emphasizing the impact absorbed by the car’s front bumper.


(Photo: HardwareZone)

Mr. Wu, a resident of an adjacent apartment, recounted the startling noise that echoed through the neighborhood on the night of the incident, describing it as a “deafening crash” that prompted his mother’s alarmed reaction.

According to Shin Min Daily, Mr. Wu mentioned, “Afterwards, we discovered that a car had hit the wall. My house is in the building next to the incident, but I didn’t see the driver or passengers at the time.”

Additionally, another resident named Lado (46), reported seeing police officers conducting investigations at the scene and a tow truck preparing to remove the car upon his return home at 11:30 pm.

Debris from the collision littered the ground, and the accident site was appropriately cordoned off with tape and traffic cones.


(Photo: Shin Min Daily News)

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) confirmed that they had been alerted to a road traffic accident at the junction of Pasir Ris Rise and Jalan Loyang Besar on Saturday (14 Oct) at around 10:15 pm.

Medical assessments conducted by the SCDF revealed that two individuals at the scene had sustained minor injuries. Nevertheless, both declined hospital conveyance following their assessment.

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