Form Two student killed, another seriously hurt in motorcycle accident in Jasin

JASIN: A Form Two student of SMK Dato Bendahara here was killed on the spot in an accident while riding pillion on a motorcycle to school.

Jasin OCPD Deputy Supt Ahmad Jamil Radzi identified the victim as Muhammad Syahmiasyraf Mohd Zaini, 14, from Taman Sri Kemendor, here.

He said the victim died on the spot while a Form Four student who was riding the machine sustained serious injuries in the accident at Jalan Air Baruk here at 7.22am on Friday (Jan 12).

The injured victim was identified as Muhammad Nor Zulkifli Norian, 16, who was also studying at the same school as the deceased.

The injured student is now being treated at Jasin Hospital.

DSP Ahmad Jamil said the motorcycle that two students were on had rammed into the rear of a lorry before an oncoming car ran over the deceased.

He said the 31-year-old lorry driver from Selangor had just come out from a junction before the motorcycle hit the vehicle's rear.

DSP Jamil said a 36-year-old female teacher who was driving on the opposite side to reach her school had failed to avoid the victim before running over him.

He said both the drivers of the lorry and car escaped unhurt in the collision.

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Accident , Motorcycle , Form Two Student , Jasin


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