Mon, Nov 29, 2010
Man dead at Queenstown MRT station

MRT services in the western part of Singapore were disrupted on Monday evening after a man was hit by a train at the Queenstown station.    

The Chinese man, in his early 40s, was found lying on the tracks underneath a train, a Singapore Police Force (SPF) spokesperson said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics at around 8.40pm.

Police said they received the call at 8.20pm informing them that a person was hit by an incoming train at Queenstown MRT. They are currently investigating the unnatural death.







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