Two pedestrians, 12 and 13, hurt in accident at One-North: Lorry driver assisting with investigations

Two female pedestrians, aged 12 and 13, were hurt in an accident involving a lorry at One-North on the afternoon of April 1.

The lorry driver, 54, is assisting with investigations, the police told Stomp.

A video of the accident's aftermath posted online shows people gathered around the two girls lying on the road next to a lorry. The girls appeared to be wearing an orange top with blue bottoms, which resemble the physical education attire of pupils from nearby Fairfield Methodist School.

ACCIDENT AT TRIFFIC JUNCTION NEXT TO FAIRFIELD SEC SCH. Few students in uniform were seen lying on pedestrian crossing. Just happen.

Posted by Patrick Liew on Sunday 31 March 2024


In response to a Stomp query, the Singapore Civil Defence Force said it was alerted at about 2:20pm to the traffic accident at the junction of Ayer Rajah Avenue and North Buona Vista Road.

When contacted by Stomp, the police said the accident involved a lorry and two pedestrians, who were conscious when taken to National University Hospital.

Police investigations are ongoing.