Woman collapses, dies after seeing group smash car outside her home that was later razed
IPOH: Unable to take the shock of seeing some unknown men smashing a car parked outside her house on Jalan New Delhi in Buntong here, 44-year-old house owner M. Abiramy fainted and was confirmed dead at a hospital later.
Nineswaran said his father, two other brothers, and himself were out at the time. He was informed that a group of men on motorcycles came to the house at about 7pm and started to smash his brother’s car that was parked outside.“My mother saw the commotion, panicked, and fainted a few moments before being rushed to the hospital. She was later declared dead by a doctor at the hospital.
“The immediate family members were all at the hospital when we received a call from a neighbour at about 8.30pm, informing us that our house, motorcycles and car were on fire, ” he said when met at the site on Monday (Sept 23) morning.Nineswaran claimed he had no idea who the assailants were, and why they had carried out the act.
“I will leave it to the police to investigate the matter, as right now the family members are mourning our mother’s death, ” he said.A neighbour, who declined to be named, said she saw about four men on two motorcycles smashing the car parked outside the house.
And things took another turn for the worse for the family members, who were at the hospital, when the same people came back to the site and broke into the house.“They started smashing the things inside the house, before setting it on fire. Later they came outside, and also set fire to the car, before leaving, ” she said, adding that the deceased had been selling breakfast on the main road nearby for the past 10 years.
The Perak Fire and Rescue Department’s forensic unit investigation officer Norazlina Robak’aee said statements from witnesses were taken, and samples from the scene were sent to a lab to be analysed.“The department received a distress call on the fire at about 8.38pm on Sunday night, and the fire was completely put out at about 10.24pm, ” she added.
Buntong assemblyman A. Sivasubramaniam, who was at the site, said he would pay for the funeral expenses.“I have also requested the state Welfare Department to assist the family, especially in finding temporary shelter, ” he added. Read more: The Star »
We are living in fear...fear of economy, fear of security. Are we in SAD state? Pls TUN, do something. chedetofficial
After earlier all-clear, two flights headed to Ipoh cancelled due to hazeIPOH: Two flights headed to the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport here were cancelled due to haze on Saturday (Sept 21).
Two evening flights in Ipoh cancelled due to haze | Malay MailIPOH, Sept 21 — Two out of six flights scheduled at Sultan Azlan Shah (SAS) Airport here were cancelled due to haze. SAS Airport manager Mohd Ali Osman said the flights cancelled involved the Johor Bahru-Ipoh-Johor Bahru route of Malindo Air and Singapore-Ipoh-Singapore route of Singapore...
Smoke grounds two evening flights from Ipoh | The Malaysian InsightMore than 400 passengers unable to make journeys to Johor Baru, Singapore.
Six morning flights at Ipoh airport cancelled due to haze | Malay MailIPOH, Sept 22 — Six of the 14 scheduled flights at Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (LTSAS) here have to be cancelled this morning due to haze. LTSAS manager Mohd Ali Osman said the cancelled flights were for the routes Johor Baru-Ipoh-Singapore and Singapore-Ipoh-Johor Baru by AirAsia airlines and the...
Haze: Six of 14 scheduled flights at Ipoh airport cancelled Sunday (Sept 22)IPOH (Bernama): Six of the 14 scheduled flights at the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (LTSAS) here had to be cancelled Sunday (Sept 22) morning due to haze. Every companies & citizens who are affected by the haze in Malaysia should sue indonesian government for compensation as they allow open burning. Lets make police report first and we take on from there and make indonesian govt pay the price chedetofficial anwaribrahim jokowi
6 morning flights at Ipoh airport cancelled due to poor visibility | The Malaysian Insight6 morning flights at Ipoh airport cancelled due to poor visibility