Injured mum not told three kids killed in accident

Written by: mottaman | 17 Dec 2020 11:31
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17 Dec 2020 11:31

NUR Aimi Nadiah Abdul Rahim who suffered severe injuries following an accident yesterday, is yet to be told that she lost all her three children in the incident.

Her brother, Muhd Jazli Aiman, 31 said his 27-year-old sister has yet to gain consciousness and was transferred to the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital's (HRPB) Intensive Care Unit (ICU) early today.

Muhd Jazli said during the 2.45pm incident yesterday, his sister and nephews were on their way to Penang from Melaka. 

"My sister is working as a clerk at a private company in Penang. She was on her way to return home in Penang, from our hometown in Kampung Sungai Putat, Batu Berendam Melaka.

"I could not visit my sister yet but according to the doctor, she is reported to be in a stable condition but yet to regain consciousness. 

"My nephew's bodies will be laid to rest at Kampung Sungai Putat tonight," he said when met at the HRPB's Forensic Unit here.

It was reported yesterday that, the family was involved in an accident at KM272.5 of the NSE near Gunung Lang, here. 

All three children - Muhammad Adam Hakimi Muhammad Alhafiz, seven; Muhammad Lutfi Hakim, three and Muhammad Affan Hafiy, one, were killed on the spot. 

District deputy police chief Superintendent Mohamad Nordin Abdullah yesterday said the accident involved a Perodua Axia which the mother and her three children were travelling in, a lorry trailer laden with electronic items and a lorry laden with palm fruit.

"Initial investigations revealed that the incident occurred when the lorry carrying electronic items rammed into the other lorry on the left lane of the expressway.

"This prompted the two drivers to pull over on the emergency lane. A Plus expressway patrol unit was dispatched to the scene to control the traffic," he said.

The driver of the Perodua Axia, coming from the same direction, lost control of her car, causing it to spin before crashing into the rear of one of the lorries.

"The impact of the collision caused the three siblings to be pinned to their seats. They were killed on the spot, while their mother suffered severe injuries," he said. - The New Straits Times 

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