A 24-year-old man was caught on video jumping off the Penang Bridge on Sunday evening (23 August). He was seen leaving his red Perodua Bezza with the number plate JRR 4011 at the side of the road with the engine still on and the door left ajar.
According to Kosmo, the incident happened at KM2.2 of the bridge where the 24-year-old had leaped off. A handphone was also found at the scene.
Zulkhuari Abdul Rahman, Prai Fire and Rescue Station operation officer, said they had received a call about the incident at about 8.30pm.
When Fire and Rescue personnel arrived at the scene, there was no sight of the man and a search mission commenced immediately. Zulkhuari said they are carrying out surface searching at the spot where the victim was believed to have jumped.
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