Work resumes on collapsed Changi viaduct

When The Straits Times visited the site on March 13, 2019, a handful of workers were seen doing minor clearing work on the surface, but none were seen on the uncompleted elevated viaduct structures.
When The Straits Times visited the site on March 13, 2019, a handful of workers were seen doing minor clearing work on the surface, but none were seen on the uncompleted elevated viaduct structures.ST PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER TAN

SINGAPORE - Preparatory work has started on a stalled viaduct project in Changi, as court proceedings against people involved in a 2017 fatal collapse which derailed the works get under way.

When The Straits Times visited the site on Wednesday (March 13) afternoon, a handful of workers were seen doing minor clearing work on the surface, but none were seen on the uncompleted elevated viaduct structures.

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