A chain collision occurred this afternoon (July 17) on the Pan Island Expressway (PIE).
Lim Weixiang, a witness to the aftermath posted this video of the accident online:Lim told Mothership that he spotted the incident at 1pm.
It happened on the PIE at Kallang Way, in the direction of Jurong.
There was a trail of cars and motorcycles on the rightmost lane, with many people standing around. One lady can be seen in the video holding on to an infant while two guys were seen sitting on the road.
From Lim's video, it appeared that the incident involved five cars and two motorcycles.
An overturned dark grey car at the front appeared to suffer the most damage, being heavily dented on its front and side.
In another video of the accident which was posted on Roads.sg, it appeared that three lanes were blocked off and the Singapore Civil Defence Force was on site.
Accident on PIE (towards Tuas) before KPE Exit with congestion till Jalan Eunos. Avoid lanes 1, 2, 3 and 4— LTATrafficNews (@LTAtrafficnews) July 17, 2021
At about 3pm, there was a tow truck on site which started to tow the overturned car away.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force told Mothership that it was alerted to a road traffic accident along PIE towards Tuas before the Bendemeer Road exit today at about 12.50pm.
"Two persons were conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital and one person was conveyed to KK Women's and Children's Hospital."
The Singapore Police Force said that the accident involved five cars and a lorry, and that two men, aged 55 and 25, as well as a 7-month old infant were conveyed to the hospital.
Police investigations are ongoing.
All images courtesy of Lim Weixiang.