Couple about to marry killed in Klang hit-and-run accident

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 29 Dec 2016

KLANG: A couple's plan to get married in February was dashed when they were killed in a hit-and-run accident in Jalan Pelabuhan Barat here, early Thursday.

Arifshah Lingam Munandy, 39, and his girlfriend, Nor Aishah Abdullah, 35, died on the spot in 4.40am incident due to head injuries.

Nor Aishah's five-year-old son, who was also riding pillion, sustained minor injuries and was treated at Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital.

The couple and the boy were heading towards Shah Alam when their motorcycle was hit from the rear by a hit-and-run motorist, Klang Selatan police chief ACP Alzafny Ahmad said in a statement.

Arifshah Linggam's sister, M. Parameswary, 40, said her brother converted to Islam two years ago and had planned to marry Nor Aishah in early February.

The boy is Nor Aishah's son from her previous marriage, she said.

"Nor Aishah's house was near my brother's house in Pandamaran. When the incident occurred, they were on their way to work in Bandar Puteri.

"My sister is babysitting the boy when they go to work," she said at the hospital.

Parameswary appealed to witnesses to come forward and assist the police in the investigation. - Bernama
Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3

Did you find this article insightful?


Next In Nation

Pahang govt agrees to assistance measures for flood victims
Covid-19: Former PAS veep Hasan Mohamed Ali tests positive, being treated at hospital
Govt has recovered around RM15.4bil in cash, physical assets linked to 1MDB, says Tengku Zafrul
Umno leader echoes sentiments for Zahid to step down as party president
S'wak NGO calls for serious review of police lockup SOPs after alleged rape of teen in custody
Jumbo butchered in suspected retaliatory killing in Sabah
MCA’s crisis relief squad seeks public donations for flood victims
Man jailed for hitting wife after reading messages on her phone
Find ways to improve condition at Covid-19 quarantine centre, says Dr M
Maqis seizes 125 sacks of medicinal herbs at Butterworth Wharf warehouse

Stories You'll Enjoy