Concrete block falls off lorry along MRR2

PETALING JAYA: A concrete block has fallen from a lorry onto the Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) during morning rush hour on Thursday (March 25).

The highway concessionaire posted on its Twitter page SUKE Expressway at 7.47am that the concrete block was not from the SUKE project.

“A concrete block has fallen off a lorry (not from the SUKE project) on the middle lane of #MRR2 after Hillview heading towards Ampang, ” it said.

Then at 7.57am, another update was posted that “the middle lane has been opened for traffic”.

It also urged motorists to follow the directions of traffic officers at the location.

On Monday (March 22), a component from a gantry crane at the SUKE construction site in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, fell before crushing a passing car, causing injuries to the driver.

The accident claimed the lives of three Chinese nationals working at the site – Ding Kunfu, Jiang Jinboa and Mu Tong Zheng.

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