Contract worker dies after falling into boiler at palm oil mill

JASIN: A Bangladeshi contract worker was killed after he fell into a waste boiler at a palm oil mill in Jalan Rim here on Sunday (Sept 13).

Jasin OCPD Deputy Supt Mispani Hamdan identified the victim as Md Abdul Manan Molla, 39, who succumbed to severe burns in the 11.30am incident.

He said the victim was carrying out piping work on the rooftop before he is believed to have fallen into the 4.5m-deep boiler.

Supt Mispani said co-workers heard a loud noise before finding the victim missing.

He said the victim had been installing the piping at the mill site since July.

Supt Mispani added that state Fire and Rescue Department took almost three hours to retrieve the body from the floor of the boiler.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 46
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Palm oil , Bangladeshi , Boiler , Mispani Hamdan , Burns


Next In Nation

Benefits of vaccination for adolescents outweigh risks, parents told
Sabah Pakatan calls for more transparency on MA63 progress
EMCO In Kampung Bambangan, Sabah from Monday (Sept 27)
Radzi: Schools in Phase Four states must be fully prepared for reopening
3G network to be shut down by end of the year, says Deputy Communications Minister
Sabah likely to return to travel zone system for districts with 60% vaccination rate, says Masidi
Johor to be part of technical committee to discuss border reopening with Singapore
Penang's Pulau Tikus market to close temporarily soon after detection of Covid-19 cases
Covid-19: 475 cases involving Delta and Beta variants detected nationwide from Sept 13 to 25
Cross-border travel possibly allowed in three weeks' time, says Hisham

Stories You'll Enjoy