SBS Transit bus accident at Changi Airport hospitalizes driver and two passengers

Yesterday (September 22), a bus driver and two passengers were transported to the hospital after an SBS Transit bus seemed to have collided with a pillar along Airport Boulevard at Changi Airport, according to witnesses.

An accident at 65 Airport Boulevard, between Terminal 3 and Terminal 1, between Terminal 3 and Terminal 1 was reported to the Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) around 1.10pm on Wednesday, according to a statement released by the SCDF.

It stated that a person was discovered stuck in the bus driver’s seat. Using hydraulic rescue equipment, the SCDF retrieved the individual.

Three individuals were transported to Changi General Hospital: the bus driver, who was 59 years old, as well as two passengers, aged 34 and 42, respectively.

Tammy Tan, senior vice-president of corporate communications at SBS Transit, told reporters that at about 1 p.m. on Wednesday, bus route 27 was leaving the basement of Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 towards Terminal 1.




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