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Nine people were injured in a five-vehicle pile-up along the Seletar Expressway (SLE), in one of three accidents on the road on Saturday.
SINGAPORE: Nine people were injured in a five-vehicle pile-up along the Seletar Expressway (SLE), in one of three accidents on the road on Saturday.
Among those injured was a three-year-old girl suspected of having spinal injuries.
The accident, which happened around 11.45am, involved three cars, a taxi and a truck.
It took place near the Mandai exit on the SLE, heading towards Woodlands.
The injured were sent to the National University Hospital and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.
Some of them had head lacerations and abrasions, and swelling in the chest.
The accident also closed off several lanes, causing a major slowdown in traffic.
Another accident took place around 1pm at the junction of Clementi Road and Dover Road.
Two cars were seen being towed a few hours later.
A Channel NewsAsia viewer, Shahida Banu, also sent in pictures of another accident at the junction of Toh Guan Road and Boon Lay Way.
It happened around 2pm and involved a car and a lorry which flipped over.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said a man in his 20s was sent to hospital with lower back pains and arm abrasions.