Four vehicle crash leaves two injured, car driver arrested on suspicion of drink driving

Four vehicles were involved in an accident on Sunday night, which left two people injured. A car driver in his 60s has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving.

The Straits Times understands the driver had failed to stop in time at a red light, at the junction of Upper Thomson Road and Sin Ming Avenue. His car crashed into a taxi, which then collided into a van and another car. The taxi came to a halt on the second car's bonnet.

The cabby suffered facial injuries, and also complained of back and chest pains. He was sent to Tan Tock Seng Hospital for treatment. Another person also suffered minor injuries, said the Singapore Civil Defence Force spokesman. But he decided against hospital treatment.

The rest of the people involved in the crash were unhurt. Police investigations are ongoing.