If you’re going to visit Changi Jurassic Mile, it might be best to bring along some head protection.
Facebook user Derek Yap and his family were at the newly-opened cycling and jogging path when the family’s helper was hit by a flying golf ball.
“A loud thud was heard before I turn around and see my helper dropping on her knees onto the floor. She held her head and started crying.”
According to Yap, the golf ball came from Tanah Merah Country Club, which is right beside Changi Jurassic Mile.
A security guard came to their assistance immediately and an airport ambulance was activated to convey the domestic helper to a hospital.
Thankfully, Yap’s helper only suffered some bruising and did not have to be admitted.
Yap added that he also met a Changi Airport Group’s Arrival Experience manager who explained that the group brought up the possibility of stray golf balls hitting members of the public during the construction phase of Jurassic Mile.
However, the country club’s upper management apparently assured CAG that golf balls won’t hit Jurassic Mile’s visitors because of “wind direction”, hence, they saw no need for netting to be installed.
“I am sharing this so that people are aware, I can’t imagine how it will turn out if the golf ball were to hit my kids or any other children or elderly who will be there every single day,” wrote Yap.
In the meantime, he suggested that visitors to Changi Jurassic Mile wear helmets or bring an umbrella until a permanent protection is put in place.
You can read Yap’s post below:
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