Man arrested for using 'criminal force' against public servant after Eunos accident

SINGAPORE: A 38-year-old man has been arrested “for using criminal force against a public servant” following an accident at the junction of Eunos Link and Ubi Avenue 2 on Friday morning (Sep 23). 

Police said they were informed of the accident at about 7.30am, and the incident involved a bus and a car. No injuries were reported, and investigations into the cause of the accident, as well as the man’s actions against the public servant, are ongoing.

Police added that the man who was arrested was the driver of the car. Channel NewsAsia understands that he was uncooperative and deterred a public servant from carrying out his duties. 

The car appeared to be badly damaged and mounted a kerb following the accident. 

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it despatched an ambulance to the scene after being alerted to the accident at 7.30am. 

“A man in his 30s was assessed by the paramedic. Subsequently he was handed over to the police,” a spokesperson for SCDF said. 

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