Gua Musang kuih trader dies after crashing into calf


GUA MUSANG: A kuih trader who sustained head injuries after the motorcycle she was riding pillion collided with a calf on the Gua Musang-Kuala Krai Road near the Kesedar Paloh 3 Land Development Scheme last Wednesday, died early Sunday morning.

The victim, Fazleeen Mohd Yusoff, 31, breathed her last at 1.10am while receiving treatment at the Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia (HUSM) Kubang Kerian.

Gua Musang district police chief, Supp Sik Choon Foo, said that during the incident, the victim and her husband, Nik Amdan Mohd Ali, 28, along with their children Nik Nur Irdina Sofia, seven, and Nik Nur Irdina Arisha, four, were on their way to deliver orders to customers in Paloh 3.

"Upon arrival at the scene, a calf suddenly crossed the road and collided with the front of the Honda RS 150 R motorcycle ridden by the family,” he said in a statement on Sunday (Feb 25).

Supp Sik added the victim was then rushed to the Kuala Krai Hospital for initial treatment before being transferred to HUSM.

"The victim passed away due to severe head injuries, as confirmed by HUSM medical officers," he said.

He said the victim's body was claimed by family members and laid to rest on Sunday morning. - Bernama

Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Kuih , Trader , Motorcycle , Collision , Calf , Dies , Gua Musang

   

Next In Nation

Liew not gunning for Sabah PKR chief post, backs Mustapha for the job
Anwar to meet ministers to discuss Middle East crisis
Bodyguard hurt in KLIA shooting not supposed to be on duty, says colleague
45 cases of heat-related illnesses, two deaths recorded to date
Over 20,000 visit Sabah's Aidilfitri open house
Anwar visits former Abim treasurer in hospital
PAS Youth rep apologises over Facebook post allegedly insulting Royal institution
Malaysians must go back to core values of nation, not pander to racist agendas, says PM
KLIA shooting: Perlis police tighten border surveillance
Queen visits Bukit Chandan Royal Mausoleum

Others Also Read