SINGAPORE - A lorry mounted the pavement and hit three pedestrians along Selegie Road on Friday (June 9)afternoon.
The police told The Straits Times on Saturday that they were alerted to the accident involving a lorry and three pedestrians along Selegie Road towards Serangoon Road at 3.38pm.
The three pedestrians, aged between 21 and 57, were taken conscious to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
A resident who lives nearby and gave his name as Mr Zeng told Shin Min Daily News in a report on Saturday that he heard a loud bang and went to the window to check.
He said he saw a food delivery lorry on the pavement, and three people hurt.
"Four to five residents and stall owners rushed there with a first-aid kit and bandaged a woman's head," he said.
According to him, another woman injured her right leg, while a man injured his left arm.
Police investigations are ongoing.