SINGAPORE - An accident involving a car, a lorry and a taxi at the junction of Pasir Ris Drive 4 and Pasir Ris Street 41 on Tuesday (March 7) morning left three people injured.
Among the victims was a two-year-boy who was with his mother in the taxi. His mother was unhurt.
The other two victims were the cab driver, a 61-year-old woman, and the 49-year-old male car driver, a police spokesman told The Straits Times.
All three suffered minor injuries and were taken to Changi General Hospital.
Photos taken by an eyewitness showed an SMRT taxi - with its front portion badly mangled - lodged between a traffic light and a lamp post on the pavement. A lorry and a silver sedan were also seen nearby.
The Straits Times understands that the initial collision involved the car and the taxi, which then crashed into the lorry.
A Singapore Civil Defence Force spokesman said it was alerted to the accident at around 10.10am and dispatched two ambulances.
Police investigations are ongoing.