SINGAPORE: A 62-year-old ComfortDelGro taxi driver and his passengers were taken to hospital after an accident in Chinatown early on Tuesday (Sep 24) morning.
The taxi was involved in an accident with a car at the junction of Upper Cross Street and Eu Tong Sen Street at about 3.45am, the police told CNA.
The driver and the two passengers, aged 27 and 29, were taken to Singapore General Hospital by ambulance. All three were conscious, the police said.
Police investigations are ongoing.
ComfortDelGro said it is in touch with the taxi driver and the passengers.
"One passenger has been discharged while our cabby and the other passenger are still under observation in the hospital. We will continue to assist them while assisting the police in their investigations," said spokesperson Tammy Tan.
Photos of the accident on social media show the taxi crashed head first into a lamp-post. Its bonnet was badly damaged and debris was seen on the ground.
The white convertible involved in the accident also had a badly damaged bonnet.