Three injured in accident at Changi airport

The accident occurred at about 1.05pm between Terminal 3 and Terminal 1. - ST FILE

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A person was trapped at the driver's seat of a bus following an accident at Changi Airport on Wednesday (Sept 22).

The SBS Transit bus appeared to have crashed into a pillar of a Skytrain track which was running above it.

Three people, a 59-year-old male bus driver, and two passengers - a woman, 34, and a man, 42 - were conscious when they were taken to Changi General Hospital, said the authorities.

The accident occurred at about 1.05pm along 65 Airport Boulevard, between Terminal 3 and Terminal 1.

"A person was found trapped at the driver's seat of a bus. SCDF rescued the person using hydraulic rescue equipment," said the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).

Police investigations are ongoing.

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