Four People Killed in Seremban and Mersing Vehicle Crashes

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A husband and wife were killed in a four-vehicle crash near the Seremban R&R area, while two people died when their vehicle crashed into a bus stop in Mersing.

Updated: The driver of the trailer involved in the accident who fled the scene has surrendered to police.


A married couple was killed in an accident involving four vehicles, including a trailer lorry, at KM270 of the North-South Expressway on Oct 27.

Lau Lian Huat, 62, and his wife, Lim Ah Gim, 60, were killed on the spot due to severe head and body injuries. They were travelling in a Perodua Alza.

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In the 5pm incident, authorities said the south-bound trailer lorry was said to have swerved into the opposite lane and crashed head-on into a Proton Preve and a Proton Waja, the New Straits Times reported.

The lorry then spun and slammed into the Alza before coming to a halt.

The Nilai Fire and Rescue Department took about half an hour to extricate the two victims who were trapped inside their vehicle.

Three other people from the other two vehicles were injured in the accident.

All the injured victims were rushed to the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital (TJH) in Seremban for treatment.

Police are looking for the lorry driver who fled the scene.

Two die in bus stop vehicle crash

In another accident yesterday, two people were killed and two others sustained light injuries after the vehicle they were travelling in crashed into a bus stop near the Mersing Industrial Training Institute at KM15 Jalan Jemaluang-Mersing.


Mersing District Police chief DSP Cyril Edward Nuing said the two deceased in the incident which happened at 6.05pm had been identified as Salma @ Noraini Adam, 37, who was driving the Toyota Hilux, and Tunku Alang Reza Tunku Ibrahim, 31, who was sitting in the backseat.

“Tunku Alang Reza died at the scene and his remains have been sent to the forensic unit at Mersing Hospital while Salma died while being treated at the emergency unit of the hospital,” he said in a statement today.

He said two other women aged 33 and 44, who suffered injuries were being treated at the same hospital.