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Escalator incidents
Thu, Oct 09, 2008
The New Paper

 

LAST month, a two-year-old girl had two of her toe nails ripped out after her sandal was caught between the steps of an escalator at Funan DigitaLife Mall. Her large toe required stitches.

IN November 2006, a two-year-old girl had her big toe ripped off after her right rubber clog was caught in an escalator at Admiralty Place, a mall in Woodlands. The right toe was found nearly three hours later but could not be re-attached as it was too badly damaged.

The bones in the second toe of one boy, 4, broke into four after his left foot was trapped on an escalator at Bugis Junction. His wound needed more than 20 stitches.

This article was first published in The New Paper on Oct 07, 2008.

 

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