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Accident victim's wife pregnant, can't accept his sudden death

The wife of Mohamad Fandi Rosli, 26, who died tragically in an accident on the North-South Expressway on March 14, is pregnant with their first child. His wife, Norashikin Abdul Halim, 26, is about one month pregnant and is distraught by Mohamad Fandi's sudden death, according to her mother-in-law. Mohamad Fandi's mother, Noor Suriani Ismail, 47, said Norashikin had fainted several times after seeing her husband's body as she was still struggling to accept his death. "But the whole family believes she (Norashikin) is a strong person," her mother-in-law said. Mohamad Fandi died on the spot after a car driven by a 19-year-old driver sped against traffic flow on the North-South Expressway and crashed into his vehicle.

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