Three killed in head-on crash

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 05 Aug 2014

TELUK INTAN: A man was returning home to Changkat Lada, Seberang Perak, after attending a Hari Raya do with his family in Sepang.

A mother and her son were also on their way home to Taman Metah here after attending a temple function in Sitiawan.

All three never made it home.

They were killed in an accident when two Perodua Kancil collided head-on at KM44 of the Jalan Teluk Intan-Sitiawan on Sunday at about 11pm.

Three others were seriously injured in the collision.

The dead were Mohd Amin Mat Yusof, 52, M. Pusparani, 36, and her two-year-old child R. Sanjeet.

“Mohd Amin and Sanjeet died on the spot. Pusparani died while receiving treatment at the Teluk Intan Hospital,” Hilir Perak OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain said.

Mohd Amin’s wife Norkhaijan Tukiran, 43, Pusparani’s husband K. Ravi, 40, and their five-year-old son Balacanderao were seriously injured.

“The boy has been transferred to the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital after his condition worsened.

“Mohd Amin’s six-year-old son, Muhammad Haziq, was unharmed in the accident but is still in shock,” he said.

ACP Mohd Shuhaily said police believed the car which Mohd Amin was in skidded and swerved onto the opposite lane prior to the accident.

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