Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Destruction in Jurong, after rainstorm

Destruction in Jurong, after rainstorm
A STOMPer sent in these photos taken in the Jurong area to show the aftermath of the rainstorm last week.

In his email to STOMP today (April 8), he said:

"Last week there was a violent rainstorm in Jurong and some big trees at Jurong Town Hall Road were uprooted.

"The trees had been removed but the broken railings at the side of the canal remained in a forlorn state.

"You can see the Chinese Garden MRT track in the background.

"The green railings put up by NParks were also damaged by the fallen trees and now they pose a threat to joggers and park users.

"The residents hope NParks will act fast before someone is injured.

"The last two pictures were taken at the Jurong Park Connector between Jurong Town Hall Road and the rear gate of the Chinese Garden.

"A large tree had fallen in the rainstorm and part of the tree now lies in the Jurong Lake. The pagoda of the Chinese Garden can be seen in the background."

Destruction in Jurong, after rainstorm
Destruction in Jurong, after rainstorm
Destruction in Jurong, after rainstorm

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