A grey Opel was suspected to have lost control while going down a slope and careening onto a pedestrian street at Robertson Quay, taking down a few trees along the way, reported Chinese daily Shin Min Daily News (SMDN).
The incident occurred on Aug. 30.
Videos of the incident showed strewn branches and a fallen tree amidst the wreckage, as smoke rose from the hood of the car.
The hood appeared dented.
At least six people were spotted on scene, with one woman appearing to assist the driver of the car.
A security officer who works at a condominium in the area told Shin Min reporters that he believed the car had lost control, as it had appeared to be travelling at a relatively fast speed.
A loud bang was heard as the car rammed through a line of trees and a lamp post before crashing onto the pedestrian street.
While there were several passing cars on the road, it had not collided with anyone.
Shin Min reported that another witness also shared that there were more than 20 adults and children standing outside a neighbouring condominium when the incident happened.
Some had gotten injured by the fallen twigs and branches.
Four conveyed to hospital
In response to queries from Mothership, the police said they were alerted to an accident involving one car along Robertson Quay, towards River Valley Close, on Aug. 30 at 4:01pm.
A 65-year-old female driver was conscious when conveyed to the hospital.
The police added that two women aged 36 and 43, and a four-year-old girl, were also conscious when conveyed to the hospital.
The driver is assisting in police investigations.
Top image via SG Road Vigilante Facebook
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