Woman Dies After Myvi Rams Into Her While She Was Helping An Accident Victim In KL

The 43-year-old woman died on the spot, while a man was seriously injured.

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Last night, 28 September, a woman was killed after a motorist rammed into her while she was helping an accident victim in Kuala Lumpur

The tragic accident happened at about 10.15pm on the Maju Expressway.

According to Kuala Lumpur Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department chief ACP Sarifudin Mohd Salleh, the 43-year-old woman had stopped her white Nissan Almera to help a driver who had lost control of their white Proton Saga and skidded in the right lane on the highway.

"At the same time, several other public vehicles also stopped on the left shoulder of the road to provide assistance," Harian Metro quoted Sarifudin as saying today, 29 September.

As the woman and a man were helping the victim, a purple Perodua Myvi car suddenly crashed into the two. The woman died at the scene, while the man was seriously injured.

No further details about the accident were provided

Sarifudin, however, advised people to be more careful and focus on their personal safety when providing assistance to victims involved in road accidents, especially in winding areas and in dark conditions.

"It is also not recommended that too many people stop in accident areas to avoid congestion and this will cause delays for the security forces to provide assistance to the victims," ​​he said.

Meanwhile, the Royal Malaysia Police is investigating a video of a luxury car violating traffic rules on a congested road in Kelantan:

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