SINGAPORE: Two people were rushed to the hospital after a car crash early Friday morning at Chinatown.
The car went up the kerb and damaged a store front.
A motorist who passed by Upper Cross Street witnessed the accident at around 3.30am.
The car appeared wedged in the pavement, outside Weng Cheong Jewellery shop.
The crash left the front of the vehicle crumpled and the steering wheel air—bag was also activated.
Police said the car had skidded, and there was damage to the front of the shop.
Two male passengers, aged 29 and 33, were sent to the hospital.
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