Glass window falls from 13th-floor flat in Geylang East

Police has classified it as a case of negligence and investigations are ongoing. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
Police has classified it as a case of negligence and investigations are ongoing. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
A tour bus driver, who was reading newspapers at the void deck, told the Chinese daily he heard a loud bang. He said the glass window narrowly missed a man who was walking pass the area. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
A tour bus driver, who was reading newspapers at the void deck, told the Chinese daily he heard a loud bang. He said the glass window narrowly missed a man who was walking pass the area. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
A window frame and several broken pieces of glass were scattered at the scene near a senior citizen's corner. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
A window frame and several broken pieces of glass were scattered at the scene near a senior citizen's corner. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
A glass window fell from a 13th-floor Housing Board flat in Geylang East and almost hit a man. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 
A glass window fell from a 13th-floor Housing Board flat in Geylang East and almost hit a man. -- PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS 

SINGAPORE - A glass window fell from a 13th-floor Housing Board flat in Geylang East and almost hit a man.

The incident happened at Block 124, Geylang East Avenue 1, on Monday afternoon, Chinese evening newspaper Shin Min Daily News reported on Tuesday.

A tour bus driver, who was reading newspapers at the void deck, told the Chinese daily he heard a loud bang. He said the glass window narrowly missed a man who was walking past the area.

A window frame and several broken pieces of glass were scattered at the scene near a senior citizens' corner.

Police has classified it as a case of negligence and investigations are ongoing.

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