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S’poreans react to Jurong West canal turning red

Posted on 28 July 2015

Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

Photo stolen from Shin Min Daily News

Photo stolen from Shin Min Daily News

The water in a canal in Jurong West suddenly turned red on Sunday, July 26, 2015, causing alarm to some residents.

The canal is near Jurong West Street 62, which is near Boon Lay MRT station. The incident happened at 3pm.

However, it has been found by water agency PUB that the reddish water in the canal is organic solvent and dye.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:


sian-half-auntie “Great, I thought was that time of the month for me again.”
Wei Sheng Zi, 48-year-old nanny


sian-half-uncle “It would have been more terrifying if it had dead bodies floating in it.”
Zhen Kong Bu, 65-year-old film projectionist


happy-bird-girl “This issue could make use of some politicising this General Election 2015.”
Gao Zhen Zi, 17-year-old unemployed










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