Logging supervisor remanded over fatal crash


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  • Saturday, 20 Jun 2020

IPOH (Bernama): A logging company supervisor who was involved in an accident which killed a couple and their young son at KM17, Jalan Ipoh-Gerik near Kampung Kuak, Sauk on Friday (June 19) night was remanded for four days starting Saturday (June 20).

Kuala Kangsar OCPD Asst Comm Razali Ibrahim said that the 33-year-old man did not have a criminal record, however he had 27 past summonses and four unpaid summonses for various traffic offences, particularly speeding.

In the 10.40pm incident, Manjung Municipal Council engineer Abdul Hakim Hashim, 32, and his wife, Nurul Huda Arifin, 31, who worked as an agricultural engineering assistant, along with their two-year-old son Adib Aidan were killed after their car collided with a four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicle driven by the supervisor.

READ ALSO: Three in family die, four-year-old orphaned as car crashes head-on into 4WD vehicle

The family's only sole survivor, the couple's eldest son, Ammar Aiman, four, suffered minor injuries while the supervisor had cuts on his right knee.

ACP Razali said the post-mortem conducted at the Kuala Kangsar Hospital found the cause of the death of the three victims was due to injuries sustained during the crash.- Bernama

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