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Published: 03 Aug 2012 10:48AM (Singapore)
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Mr S Iswaran, Second Minister for Home Affairs, visits SCDF HQ
In honour of rescue and recovery efforts at the East Village Hotel Fire and the Downtown Line (DTL) Bugis scaffolding collapse incident, a private appreciation reception was held on 27 July 2012, where Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry, Mr S Iswaran caught up with the fire-fighters and rescuers and commended them on a job well done.
 
By Daniel Govindan, Matthew Wong
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