A lorry slammed into a car on Balestier Road on Sunday, leaving a few people injured.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said that they were alerted to the incident at 347 Balestier Road at 7:40pm on Sunday.
After they sent two ambulances to the site, they conveyed two males and one female to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
A madam Ang, one of the passengers in the car, told Yahoo Singapore that she, her husband, two sons and daughter were in the vehicle looking for a restaurant when the lorry hit them.
Her husband's arm was injured and her daughter suffered chest pains from the accident, but she and her sons were unharmed.
A passer-by, Carol Chew, said the lorry came from the opposite direction and went to the other side of the road, hitting the car.
Kenny, the driver of the lorry, said he tried to avoid a motorcycle that passed in front of him.
His left leg was injured in the incident.
-- With reporting by Alycia Lim