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SCDF rescuers respond to industrial incident at Boon Tat Link

Rescuers from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) on Saturday responded to an incident at Boon Tat Link behind SGX Centre, where an industrial elevator carrying four workers was believed to have tilted to one side. -- ST PHOTO: YEO SAM JO
Rescuers from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) on Saturday responded to an incident at Boon Tat Link behind SGX Centre, where an industrial elevator carrying four workers was believed to have tilted to one side. -- ST PHOTO: YEO SAM JO
Four workers were on the gondola when it tilted to one side. The workers climbed down to safety. No one was injured. -- ST PHOTO: LOH KIA KHING
Four workers were on the gondola when it tilted to one side. The workers climbed down to safety. No one was injured. -- ST PHOTO: LOH KIA KHING
The gondola had four workers in it when it became unstable and collapsed to one side. The workers climbed down safely and no one was injured. -- ST PHOTO:  CAROLINE CHIA
The gondola had four workers in it when it became unstable and collapsed to one side. The workers climbed down safely and no one was injured. -- ST PHOTO:  CAROLINE CHIA
Rescuers from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) on Saturday responded to an incident at Boon Tat Link behind SGX Centre, where an industrial elevator carrying four workers was believed to have tilted to one side. -- ST PHOTO: YEO SAM JO
Rescuers from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) on Saturday responded to an incident at Boon Tat Link behind SGX Centre, where an industrial elevator carrying four workers was believed to have tilted to one side. -- ST PHOTO: YEO SAM JO

Rescuers from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) on Saturday responded to an incident at Boon Tat Link behind SGX Centre, where an industrial elevator carrying four workers was believed to have tilted to one side.

An SCDF spokesman said a call for assistance was received at 11.12am and an ambulance, a fire engine and a Red Rhino were deployed to the scene.

No one, however, was injured or conveyed to a hospital. The Straits Times understands that the workers managed to get off the platform, which was lifted about three storeys high - on their own.

A mobile crane was later seen at the site stablising the elevator.