A man had to be rescued on Tuesday night after four vessels caught fire at a shipyard.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) rushed to Tanoto Shipyard, off Shipyard Road, after being informed of the blaze at around 9.20pm.
Officers arrived to find four vessels on fire, all berthed alongside each other. Some were believed to be tugboats.
One of the vessels was fully engulfed in flames and eventually sank.
The man was rescued from the blaze with burn injuries and taken to the Singapore General Hospital.
It took the officers 90 minutes to get the blaze under control, an SCDF spokesman told The Straits Times. Four fire engines, two Red Rhinos, six supporting vehicles, two ambulances and two marine fire vessels were deployed.
The SCDF used eight hand-held water jets from the fire engines and two foam monitors from one of the marine fire vessels.
It is not known how many people were on the vessels that caught fire, or the cause of the blaze.
The SCDF was still conducting secondary rescue operations at press time.