PIE viaduct collapse: Builder facing charges

The fate of the viaduct, which would offer motorists a more direct connection to the westbound PIE and Upper Changi Road East by 2020, is now uncertain. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - At least three people and a main contractor will be charged in court on May 30 over the collapse of an incomplete viaduct in Changi, indicating that investigations into the July 14 tragedy have concluded, but signalling further delay to the halted project.

In a statement to the stock exchange last week, home-grown construction group OKP Holdings said its wholly-owned unit Or Kim Peow Contractors and group managing director Or Toh Wat will appear in court on May 30.

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