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= == = The latest report on the investigations show that the people involved are doing it without carrying out any tests. Just visual inspection and that the door is locked. What they should do is to take our the whole door and set up a test rig with the help of SIRIM and subject the door and frame to a simulated bus vibration. Under such condition the latch could be unlatched if the design is faulty. They should also check with the lock manufacturer.
Woman's death still a mystery
GEORGE TOWN: Puspakom has found no fault with the RapidPenang bus from which a Rela member fell to her death through the emergency exit door last Saturday.
RapidPenang Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Azhar Ahmad said the national vehicle inspection unit completed its investigations on Wednesday. "Puspakom confirmed that the glass pane covering the door knob was not tampered with. "Nor was there any sign the door had been forced open from the outside as it remained latched."
He added that an internal investigation by the bus manufacturer also found the emergency exit door was secured at the time of the accident. Azhar said the death of 35-year-old Ng Siam Kiang remains a mystery. "We have no plausible explanation for Ng's death after investigating the accident from all angles," he said. He added that the cones placed in front of the emergency exits of all RapidPenang buses will remain there until further notice.
"The cones prevent passengers from leaning against the emergency exits," Azhar said. Ng was on her way to meet her husband on the Air Itam-bound bus last Saturday morning when she fell off the moving vehicle. It is believed she fell through the emergency exit door.= == = == = = == = =
Emergency Door Incident: RapidPenang To Get Bus Maker's Services
The victim, Ng Siam Kiang, suffered from head injuries and died on the way to the
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RapidPenang may be sued; By : Aaron Ngui
The family of Ng Siam Kiang, who died after falling out of an emergency exit door on a moving RapidPenang bus on Saturday, is contemplating legal action against the ompany. The deceased's younger brother, Tiang Phai, 33, said it was an option the family was considering. "Right now, we just want to get over my sister's funeral and our grief before deciding," he said at Siam Kiang's funeral yesterday. Siam Kiang's body was cremated at the Batu Gantung crematorium and her ashes interred at the Bandar Baru cemetery here.
More than 50 friends, relatives and well-wishers attended the funeral. Also present to pay their respects were Batu Lanchang state assemblyman Ng Fook On, Datuk Keramat assemblyman Ong Thean Lye and Tanjung member of parliament Chow Kon Yeow. Ong, a member of the bus company's board, said bus drivers would be conducting door checks daily as a safety measure. He added that a cone would be placed at the emergency exit to prevent anyone from leaning on the door. "These measures are being taken to prevent any untoward incident from happening again." Siam Kiang had been on an Air Itam-bound bus on her way to meet her husband with his lunch, which she had bought from Komtar. She was standing beside the emergency exit at the back of the bus when she fell out on Jalan Air Itam, about . She died in hospital at of serious head injuries.= = == == = == = == = === =original post
Strange happenings can take place and when new buses are put to use for service, they should performed a “blessing service” to get rid of any “evil spirits”. This
And for the tragic death of the man and his two children, the police have been very kind and said that case is “sudden death & no foul play” and not “murder & suicide” as any exercise of investigation would be a futility. The Star has an updated account - the poison is aircond cleaning fluid mixed with syrup.= = == = == =
Woman Dies After Falling Through Emergency Exit Door Of Bus
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Quarreled with Wife who left & came back to find the Deaths
Dad and kids found poisoned
PETALING JAYA: Factory storekeeper Sham-sul Hadi Yaakob, 32, poisoned his two children and killed himself at their flat in Taman Desa Ria, Jalan Klang Lama, here on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri. He left RM380 cash and RM400 in his bank account for funeral expenses as stated in a note he left along with the words Maafkan abang ke atas apa yang berlaku (Forgive me for what has happened) recovered by police near his home’s front door.
ABOVE: In shock: Siti Roslinawati, waiting to collect the bodies of Shamsul, Nor Malissa Nasuha and Muhammad Fariz Hilmi at University Malaya Medical Centre yesterday. Shamsul Hadi’s body was lying in a pool of blood while his children Nor Malissa Nasuha, seven, and Muhammad Fariz Hilmi, two, had foam in their mouths when they were discovered. The bodies were found by Shamsul Hadi’s wife Siti Roslinawati Sudar, 27, father-in-law, brother-in-law and another person who came in search of him when repeated calls to him went unanswered. Their bodies were found lying on a mattress in the hall. A mixture of coil cleaner (fluid used to clean air-conditioners) and syrup, believed to be the deadly concoction that claimed the trio’s lives was found in a milk bottle and a plastic cup on a table near the mattress. Shamsul Hadi’s body had some burn marks, believed to have been wounds caused by the highly acidic mixture that was also found in a bottle at the kitchen. According to sources, the time of death was estimated to be between on Friday and on Saturday.
Siti Roslinawati went to University Malaya Medical Centre at about yesterday to claim the bodies but refused to talk to re-porters. It is believed that the couple had marital problems and Siti Roslinawati was believed to have left them a week ago. She left the mortuary before the bodies were brought out to the hearse at , for burial at the Bukit Tandang cemetery in
All Will Be Known On Aidilfitri', Says Storekeeper Before Death
PETALING JAYA, Oct 14 (Bernama) -- "All will be known on Aidifitri" were among the final words of storekeeper Shamsul Hadi Yaakob to his mother before he and his two children were found dead yesterday, believed to be from drinking poison, at their flat in Taman Desa Ria, Jalan Klang Lama, here. The mother, Azizah Kasim, when met at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre mortuary today, said Shamsul said this after sending his son to her house in Taman Medan a week ago. "I knew he had problems, but he did not talk about them to me or his father. He's a quiet person and those final words seemed like a bad sign," she said. Azizah said the last time she saw her 32-year-old son was on Thursday when he came to pick up his son. She said on Hari Raya night, her husband tried to contact Shamsul but was unsuccessful. Shamsul's wife Roslinawati was also at the mortuary but she declined to talk to anyone.The bodies of Shamsul and his two children -- Nor Malissa Nasuha, 7, and Muhammad Fariz Hilmi, 2 -- were claimed by family members at for burial. Meanwhile, Selangor CID chief, Senior Assistant Commissioner (II) Mazlan Mansor, when contacted, said investigation was still continuing. Shamsul and his children were found dead in the hall of their flat. Police found a note and a bottle of poisonous liquid near the man's body.
Storekeeper and 2 children found dead
By KULDEEP S. JESSY; STAR
PETALING JAYA: A 36-year-old storekeeper and his two young children were found dead in their flat in PJS here. The man, his nine-year-old son and three-year-old daughter were found dead in their flat at about on Saturday by the man's father-in-law. It is learnt that the man's wife, in her 30s, had left the flat and her two children about a week ago after a misunderstanding. The man's father-in-law, suspecting something amiss when his phone calls remained unanswered, rushed over to the flat. Upon arriving there, the father-in-law found the door locked from the inside and decided to open it with a pair of spare keys, which he had with him. He found the man and his two grandchildren lying in the hall. Selangor CID Chief Senior Asst Comm (II) Mazlan Mansor confirmed the incident and said that police had found a suicide note and a bottle of poisonous liquid near the man's body. He said, in the note, the man had apologised to his wife for what he had done. ACP Mazlan said police were looking for the wife for questioning and added that the case had been classified as sudden death as no foul play was involved.
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A man and his two children were found dead in their house in Taman Ria, Petaling Jaya
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Woman falls to death in Clementi
By E-von Yeung, STS
POLICE discovered the body of a woman at the foot of a block of flats in Clementi early on Monday morning. She was believed to have fallen to her death. The police are investigating the case as one of unnatural death. According to passers-by who saw the unidentified victim's body, there was a lot of blood where she fell at the foot of Block 372 in
Madam Lin, 38, a resident living on the third floor, directly above the spot where the body was found, said she was woken up by a loud thud at around . Police said that a man residing on the ninth floor was assisting with the investigation. A man living on the third floor had alerted the police, according to neighbours who spoke to The Straits Times. According to residents who saw the body, the victim was wearing a black top and black shorts, had shoulder-length hair and was wearing spectacles.
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