SMRT Trains chief operations officer Alvin Kek arrested for drink driving at Woodlands Checkpoint

Mr Alvin Kek fronted the media briefing last November on the Joo Koon train collision incident, where 38 people were injured after a stalled SMRT train was hit from behind by another one.
Mr Alvin Kek fronted the media briefing last November on the Joo Koon train collision incident, where 38 people were injured after a stalled SMRT train was hit from behind by another one.ST PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR

SINGAPORE - SMRT Trains chief operations officer Alvin Kek was arrested for drink driving at Woodlands Checkpoint on Saturday morning (April 21), The Straits Times understands.

In response to queries from The Straits Times, the police said they arrested a 50-year-old man for drink driving at Woodlands Checkpoint at about 5am on Saturday, without giving further details.

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