"The health risks posed by the haze have led us to close the Singapore Flyer for the time being to protect staff members, many of whom work outdoors," said Mr Tim Reid of Ferrier Hodgson. "We will reassess the situation tomorrow morning, and the Flyer will reopen as soon as pollution levels drop to a safe level".
Here's the announcement on the Singapore Flyer website:
"Due to the current haze conditions, all flights have been suspended for today (20 June 2013).
Customers who have tickets for today can call 6333-3311 or email us at email@example.com to request for a change of date for your flights.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused."
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