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Hazel Park condominium residents return to find damage after WWII bomb disposal operation


Ng Hong Siang

A resident of Hazel Park told CNA that she saw cracks on a glass panel that directly faced the blast site.

“I saw cracks in this side glass panel of the door in Block 21’s main lobby. Block 21 is one of the two blocks facing the blast site,” said the resident, who declined to be named.

The resident also saw “fragments of plaster” on the ground at a basement lift lobby at Block 17 of the condominium, another building that overlooked the bomb disposal site.

According to her, the fallen plaster was “directly underneath what seemed like an access panel on the false ceiling”.

CNA has reached out to the Building and Construction Authority for more information, including if the property damage at Hazel Park was caused by the bomb detonations. 

Queries have also been sent to the condominium’s management for more information on the damage.

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