Ang Mo Kio station
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Ang Mo Kio
அங் மோ கியோ
|Address||2450 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8|
|Line(s)||North South Line|
Cross Island Line (Future)
|7 November 1987||Station officially opened|
|20 May 2019||Station (towards Jurong East) closed due to the construction of Canberra station|
Ms Neo Shiea Chee, a 25-year-old teacher at Holy Innocents' High School, was run over by a southbound train at Ang Mo Kio MRT station shortly before 7pm on 11 January 2003 when she fell into the tracks and was crushed by an oncoming train. She was too engrossed in reading her book and was unaware that the train was already approaching the station. Trains were not disrupted as Ang Mo Kio station's northbound trains used the middle platform.
Nitcharee Peneakchansak, a 14-year-old Thai, was seriously injured and lost both her legs after she fell onto the track and was hit by a train at Ang Mo Kio on 3 April 2011. Peneakchansak left Singapore on 13 June that year after recuperating in hospital. SMRT had reportedly offered the family $5,000 as compensation. The victim's father, rejected the compensation as her prosthetic legs will cost around $100,000 and must be changed every three to five years. Her father decided to sue SMRT for S$3.4 million, the amount equivalent to the price for the 20 pairs of prosthetic legs that Peneakchansak will need in her lifetime.
On 5 February 2018, smoke was seen rising from an escalator heading towards the linkway to AMK Hub at around 1.20pm. While train service was not affected, the escalators were temporarily shut down due to safety checks, and the linkway was temporarily closed until 6.10pm. Preliminary investigations showed that the smoke came from overheated motor bearings in one of the faulty escalators. One SMRT staff was hospitalised for inhaling too much smoke.
|L1||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre, Transitlink Ticket Office|
|Street Level||Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange, AMK Hub|
|B1||Underpass||Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange, AMK Hub|
|A||Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3|
|B||Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Taxi Stand|
|C||Ang Mo Kio Hub, Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange|
|D||Ang Mo Kio Town Garden|
First/Last Train Timing
|Destination||First Train||Last Train|
|Mon − Fri||Sat||Sun & P.H.||Daily|
|North South Line|
|Marina South Pier||05:34||05:34||06:05||23:31|
|Bus Stop||Exit||Bus Service|
|(54009) Ang Mo Kio Int||C|
|(54261) Aft Ang Mo Kio Stn Exit A||A|
|(54269) Opp Ang Mo Kio Stn||A|
|(54391) Aft Ang Mo Kio Int||B|
|(54399) Bef Ang Mo Kio Stn Exit B||B|
- "Cross Island Line". Land Transport Authority.
- "Three-Day Closure to Construct Crossover Track at Canberra Station". Land Transport Authority (8 April 2019).
- "Teen falls onto MRT track, hit by train". Channel NewsAsia (3 April 2011). Archived on 14 January 2012.
- "Girl who lost legs in MRT accident returns to Thailand". Channel NewsAsia (13 June 2011). Archived on 23 October 2012.
- "Thai teen's $3.4m suit to reveal what happened on MRT tracks". AsiaOne (18 June 2011). Archived on 28 May 2012.
- "Smoke in Ang Mo Kio MRT station could be from faulty escalator's overheated motor bearings: SMRT". Straits Times (5 February 2018). Archived on 9 February 2018.
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