Second video of Port Dickson accident emerges, shows lorry ploughing through S’pore-registered Honda

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A new video of a traffic accident that killed four Singaporeans in Port Dickson has emerged.

The harrowing incident happened at a T-junction in Jalan Lukut Sepang on Wednesday (Jan 3), around 2.30pm, and involved five vehicles - a Singapore register Honda Stream, a tipper truck, a Mercedes-Benz SUV, a Perodua Myvi and a motorcycle.

The new video showed another perspective of the accident taken from behind the Honda Stream.

In the video, the tipper truck could be seen speeding through the T-junction and ploughing through the Honda.

During the time of the incident, the four victims were in the Honda.

Three passengers including Madam Maimunah Sapari, 51, Ms Nur Amalina Rosli, 21, and Ms Dayana Sarah Rosli, 18, died at the scene, while the driver, Mr Rosli Samad, 54, died while being conveyed to Seremban Hospital.

Another motorcycle rider was injured in the accident as well.

A police spokesman said that the 54-year-old lorry driver fled the scene on foot after the accident but subsequently turned himself in at the Lukut police station, at around 5.30pm.

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  • The bodies of the family of four who died when a runaway tipper truck crushed the car they were driving in the Malaysian town of Port Dickson on Wednesday (Jan 3) returned to Singapore for a late night burial on Thursday.
  • The bodies of the family of four who died when a runaway tipper truck crushed the car they were driving in the Malaysian town of Port Dickson on Wednesday (Jan 3) returned to Singapore for a late night burial on Thursday.
  • Hundreds of people gathered at the Muslim cemetery in Choa Chu Kang at 9.55pm on Thursday, when the convoy of three minivans from Malaysia entered the cemetery.
  • Four Singaporeans were killed in a five-vehicle road accident in the Malaysian town of Port Dickson on Jan 3, the latest in a series of traffic fatalities involving Singaporeans travelling overseas.
  • Videos of the accident have since been circulating on social media.
  • One of the video shows the tipper truck speeding through the intersection, and ploughing into the Honda, along with the three other vehicles.
  • The driver, Mr Rosli Samad, 54, died en route to Seremban Hospital. According to The Straits Times, Mr Rosli was the owner of R S Bikes Centre, a motorcycle dealership in Kaki Bukit.
  • A urine test conducted on the lorry driver to check for substance abuse came back negative.
  • The victims had stopped at the T-junction when the out-of-control lorry crashed into them.
  • The runaway lorry ploughed into their MPV at a T-junction heading to Sepang.
  • A police spokesperson said that three women in the MPV died on the spot after their vehicle was crushed by the lorry in the accident, which took place at 3pm on Wednesday (Jan 3).
  • He added that the driver of the MPV died while being rushed to the hospital, and said that the lorry also rammed into two cars and a motorcycle.
  • The spokesperson added that the drivers of the cars and rider of the motorcycle escaped serious injuries and said that the lorry driver ran off after the incident.
  • According to The Straits Times, the truck driver has been arrested and is in custody.
  • This is the latest in a series of traffic fatalities involving Singaporeans travelling overseas.
  • The three passengers have been identified as Maimunah Sapari, 51, Nur Amalina Rosli, 21, and Dayana Sarah Rosli, 18.
  • The driver, Mr Rosli Samad, 54, died en route to Seremban Hospital.

The driver has been remanded as part of investigations into the accident, reports New Straits Times.

Magistrate Siti Khairiah Abd Razak has granted the remand order against the driver, which runs Thursday (Jan 4) to Sunday (Jan 7).

Port Dickson district police chief Superintendent Zainudin Ahmad added that the case will be investigated under Section 41 (1) of the Road Transport Act (APJ) 1987.

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