The Malaysian entertainment scene lost a shining star yesterday. Emily Kong was killed after she crashed into a tree along Jalan Kuchai Lama, opposite NSK Hypermarket, yesterday (9 March) at 3.20am.
The 28-year-old star was believed to have lost control of her Vios which went up on the curb and hit the tree.
The Fire and Rescue Department spokesperson explained that they were informed of the accident at 3.29am, as reported by The Star. He said,
“A team from Seputeh fire station was dispatched to the scene. We managed to pull the victim out of the vehicle before she was pronounced dead at the scene.”
It was determined that her cause of death was severe injuries to the head. While some media outlets have alleged that Kong was under the influence at the time of her death, this has not been concluded.
The wake service will be beginning today (10 March) at 8.30pm and Monday at the Full Gospel Assembly Church Kuchai Lama. The funeral service has been scheduled for 10 am on Tuesday (12 March) at the same location.
Here at WOB, we share our deepest condolences to the family of Emily Kong.
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