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Chinese National Without License Beaten By Public After Allegedly Causing Fatal Accident In Selangor

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An engineer from China was injured after he was beaten for allegedly causing the death of a freight worker who was run over by a lorry in an accident at Kilometer 13 of Jalan Klang-Banting-Port Dickson, Selangor on Tuesday (January 3).

The accident involved 4 vehicles.

According to a report by Sinar Harian, Kuala Langat District Police Chief Superintendent Ahmad Ridhwan Mohd. Nor Saleh shared that the accident took place at around 4:30pm involving a Toyota Hilux, a Daihatsu Sharade type car, a SYM 110 type motorcycle and a trailer.

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“The preliminary investigation conducted found that this accident happened when a Toyota Hilux driven by a 53-year-old Chinese man made a U-turn at the traffic light intersection at the scene of the incident,”

“At the same time, a Daihatsu Charade type car driven by a man behind the Toyota Hilux swerved to the left of the road and hit the motorcycle the victim was riding,” he said.

The motorcyclist was then thrown under the trailer that was in the left lane of the road.

His body was taken to the Banting Hospital Forensic Unit for an autopsy.

China 2

“The Chinese man involved suffered minor injuries as a result of being beaten by members of the public who were not satisfied with him as a result of the accident,”

“So far, no police report has been made by the Chinese man regarding the incident,” he added.

A summon was issued against him according to Section 26(1) of the Road Transport Act 1987, as he did not have a valid driving license and the case is also being investigated under Section 41(1) of the Road Transport Act 1987.

Stay tuned for more updates. 

 

Also read: Ampang Man Killed in Explosion From Package Left on The Hood of His Car

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