Connect with us


Delivery Rider Dies After Speeding Lorry Crashes Into Him And Four Other Vehicles On LDP


Source: Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

A lorry driver was arrested after he was caught speeding which caused an accident involving five other vehicles and one death.

According to Harian Metro, the incident happened near a hotel on the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) on 9 February at 1.40pm. During the incident, a 35-year-old delivery rider was severely injured and later died at Serdang Hospital while receiving treatment.


Selangor Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) chief Superintendent Azman Shari’at said the initial investigation found that the accident occurred when the lorry driven by the 47-year-old suspect was driving at a high speed before losing control of the vehicle after exiting the Bukit Jalil-Puchong Highway.

“The lorry collided with a van before colliding with a Yamaha Y125ZR motorcycle and a Perodua Axia at the same time, causing the motorcyclist to fall to the ground,” he said.

“The lorry, which was still out of control at the time, then collided with the back of a Perodua Myvi and Toyota CHR before slipping under the bridge and stopping there.”


Azman said the lorry driver has been detained and will be undergoing alcohol and urine tests.

He said a check found that the lorry driver did not have any previous criminal records and added that the case is now being investigated under Section 41 (1) of the Road Transport Act 1987.

If convicted, the lorry driver could face imprisonment for a term of up to 10 years and a fine of up to RM20,000.


Also read: Video: Motorcyclist Chases & Robs Woman Who Was Alone In Selangor Car Park


Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Just In

Collage 15 3 Collage 15 3
News6 hours ago

149 Immigrants Reportedly Die In Sabah Detention Depot In Last 18 Months, Politician Responds

Recently, a report by the Indonesian NGO titled ‘Like In Hell’ claims that immigrants held at a detention depot in...

My Post 2022 06 29T171355.246 My Post 2022 06 29T171355.246
News7 hours ago

WATCH: Group In Sri Petaling Riot & Damage Cars In Fight, PDRM Investigates

Twenty individuals suspected of being involved in a fight on Monday at Jalan Radin Bagus, Sri Petaling, are being hunted...

Collage 13 4 Collage 13 4
News1 day ago

Blood Donation Campaign in JB Allegedly Gives Away Pork-Flavoured Instant Noodles, PDRM Investigates

A present must occasionally be appropriate to prevent any unintended misconceptions. A recent blood drive in Johor Bahru came under...

Collage 10 4 Collage 10 4
News1 day ago

M’sian Suffocates His 16-Year-Old Lover To Death With A Pillow Out Of Jealousy; PDRM Arrests Him

A healthy relationship is made up largely of trust and understanding in addition to communication, which is another essential component....

Pm Shirt Pm Shirt
News3 days ago

“That’s my salary for 3 months,” Netizens React To This RM6900 Burberry Shirt That The PM Wears

Netizens are talking about Malaysia’s prime minister Ismail Sabri’s shirt again, this time, it’s an RM6,900 red shirt from Burberry....

Feat Image Largest Subsidies Feat Image Largest Subsidies
News3 days ago

Finance Minister: Govt To Give RM77.3 Billion In Subsidies For The Rakyat This Year, Largest In History

Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz has revealed that the projected consumption subsidy expenditure so far for 2022...

Subs Ft Subs Ft
News3 days ago

“Do not remove subsidy or we will take it to the streets,” IIUM & UM Student Unions To The Govt

In a joint statement, the IIUM Student Union and University Malaya Students’ Union urge the government to eliminate the action...

Feat Image Govt Remain Subsidies Feat Image Govt Remain Subsidies
News5 days ago

PM: Electricity, Water Tariffs in Peninsula M’sia Unchanged, Price Ceiling For Chickens Won’t Be Abolished

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has announced that the government will track back its decisions and will not...


Latest Videos