Indian employee died A 20-year-old Indian man died in Singapore when he was buried under the rubble of a building that had just collapsed. Indian employee died During the recovery operation, which took more than six hours, the body was pulled from the rubble.
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The Straits Times said that Indian workers were buried under debris when a part of the Fuji Xerox Towers building in Tanjong Pagar fell on Thursday while demolition work was being done. It is thought that the concrete slab weighs at least 50 tonnes. Indian employee died The body was found on Thursday around 9:45 p.m. local time.
Indian employee died after being buried under the debris
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said in a statement that the missing worker was found around 6 p.m. buried under a collapsed concrete building. Indian employee died This was after a huge search operation. Indian employee died He had died. When SCDF officers heard about the incident at 2 p.m., they went to the scene.
Indian worker was buried by the rubble
The body of the worker, who hasn’t been named yet, was found by rescue workers late Thursday night, after several hours of looking for him. Indian employee died The information said that his body was hidden 2 metres deep in debris. Indian employee died Rescue workers had to cut, break, and dig through the rubble, but the concrete slab is thought to weigh at least 50 tonnes.
Nearly eight hours after a building fell in Singapore’s Central Business District, the body of a 20-year-old Indian man has been found. Indian employee died When the Fuji Xerox Towers building in Tanjong Pagar, Singapore, fell down on Thursday, the Indian worker was buried under the rubble.
reported dead after rescue
In a release, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said, “A worker who had been reported missing was found under concrete at about 6 a.m. after a thorough search. Indian employee died The person wasn’t taking a breath.” The body was found around 9:45 pm, and a team of paramedics pronounced the person dead at the scene.
To find the employee, 11 emergency vehicles and 70 government workers were sent out. Indian employee died These people included firemen, people who helped with rescues, and emergency medical workers.
The person who died worked for the Aik Sun destruction company. Indian employee died A person from Aik Sun told The Times that it would take some time to figure out why the debris fell.
In a joint statement released Thursday night, the Ministry of Manpower (MoM) and the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) said that during the removal, a wall about 10 metres long and 3.8 metres high fell on the second-floor road.
The rescuers had to work hard
He was found about 6 p.m. hidden under the concrete building. Indian employee died He was not alive, and his body was found nearly four hours after people tried to pull him out of the wreckage.
The SCDF said, “The operation involved digging through the rubble to make room for members of the Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team (DART) to look for bodies under the rubble.” Because the concrete slab is so heavy, it has been hard to save the people.
The BCA (Building Construction Authority) has told everyone involved in the project to stop all building work. The worker’s boss has also been told by MOM to stop all work at the spot.
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The rest of the building is thought to be safe, and the statement said that there are no worries about its structure. When the building fell, office workers in the area said they felt shocks.
For the past few months, removal work has been going on
Searching went on all night to make sure no one else was stuck under the rubble, but CCTV video showed that no one else was under the building. When Karthik Vaidya, who works at the nearby Anson House, heard about the building’s collapse, he was afraid about the workers’ safety. “For the past few months, work has been going on to tear down this house.