SINGAPORE – An explosion occurred on Tuesday morning (7 Mar) at the Audi service centre located in Ubi, Singapore.

According to Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF)’s Facebook post, the incident happened at approximately 8:55 morning, and upon arrival, the SCDF discovered that a section of the building’s wall had collapsed.

Thankfully, there were no reported fires at the scene. However, approximately 100 people were evacuated from the building before the arrival of the SCDF.

One person was injured in the vicinity due to a fall and was taken to Raffles Hospital for treatment. No other injuries have been reported at this time.

Witnesses in the area claimed to hear a loud explosion and felt aftershocks in the aftermath.

The cause of the explosion is not yet known, and the SCDF is currently investigating the incident.

Audi Singapore issued a statement confirming that the explosion at their service centre had caused damage to the wall on level 1 of the building.

As a result, the UBI 55 commercial building has been temporarily closed to facilitate ongoing investigations.

The company has apologized for any inconvenience caused and promised to provide additional updates once they become available.

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