Tuesday, September 19, 2006

MORE Pics - LADY DRIVER Killed – KIA Rio Car Plunged 25m from OPEN CAR Park Down Hill Slope at CIMB Building At Jalan Semantan Early Monday Morning

ABOVE: The PArking lot where the car went over the hillslope BELOW

No man or woman consciously knows for sure which day will be the last for him or her in this particular life, that each calls the present one. Mortality with its birth and death is the framework in which the soul, for now, is expressed in flesh.

The knowledge is usually hidden for many reasons, but the fact of death, personal death, is never forgotten. It seems obvious, but the full enjoyment of life would be impossible in the framework, now, of earthly reality without the knowledge of death.

Spiritu­ally the death sentence given you is another chance at life, if you are freely able to accept life with all of its conditions and to feel its full dimensions, for that alone will rejuvenate your spiritual and physical self

Our condolences must be to the family and relatives of this unfortunate woman.

Acting CIMB V-P Plunges To Death From Hillslope Open Car Park; September 18, 2006 23:57 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 (Bernama) -- An Acting Vice-President of the Commerce International Merchant Bankers Berhad (CIMB) was killed when her car plunged 25 metres from an open carpark on a hillslope near the CIMB building in Jalan Semantan here Monday.
The car after falling 25m down the hill slope

CIMB Assistant General Manager (Corporate Communications) Tengku Zarina Tengku Ibrahim said Norhalili Yahya, 45, who was Acting Vice-President (Legal Division) for the past six years, died on the spot.

She died on the spot after the impact

It is believed she had accidentally pressed the accelerator instead of the brake pedal, causing her Kia Rio car to jump off the road divider before plunging to the ground.

A witness, Mohd Hafis Hashim, 21, said it happened at about 7.15am when he and a friend heard a loud crash.

"I was startled. I saw a car sliding down from a hillslope and I immediately called the police," he told reporters at the scene.

A security guard, who wished to be identified only as Azhari, said Norhalili usually came to office early to be assured of a parking lot due to limited parking space in the area.

"She normally arrives at 6.30am and will sleep in the car while waiting for the office to open," he said.

Norhalili's husband, Shuib Osman, 48, a pilot, said his wife left home at about 6am and before leaving she had asked him to take care of their youngest son who is sick.

"She left while I was leaving the house to a mosque for the subuh (morning) prayers. At about 7.30am, I got the news of her death," he said when met at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre mortuary.

Shuib said last night they had made plans to go back to his village in Muar for the Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

He said his wife was from Petaling Jaya and they have three children -- Mohd Faiz, 16, Noramira, 12, and Mohd Arif, 7.

According to Norhalili's brother Azman Yahya, she had planned to opt for the company's voluntary separation scheme (VSS) recently because the family was already financially secured.

He did not disclose why his sister did not opt for the scheme.

About 200 people attended the funeral after Asar prayers at the USJ 22 Muslim cemetery.


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