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Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Out-of-control car rammed into five motorcycles parked underneath a flyover to take cover from the rain killing a police inspector and another man

Inspector’s body found in drain after runaway car slams into motorcyclists


    KUALA LUMPUR: She was praying for her policeman husband to return home safely but her hopes were dashed when his body was discovered some 15 hours later.

    MOHD. NAFZANEE MOHD. ADNAN yang terbunuh dalam kemalangan di bawah
    Thirty-three-year-old Nadia Khamis, who was seven months’ pregnant, could not contain her sadness after being informed that Insp Mohd Nafzanee Mohd Adnan, 36, was found in a drain several metres away after he was involved in a fatal accident which also claimed the life of another man.
    In Monday’s incident, an out-of-control car rammed into five motorcycles parked underneath a flyover at the 17th kilometre of the Cheras-Kajang Highway (Grand Saga) in Sungai Long.
    Insp Mohd Nafzanee, who was an investigating officer attached to the Cheras district criminal investigation department, was among several others who had parked by the roadside to take cover from the rain.
    The officer, who was from Terengganu, was on his way back home in Bandar Saujana Putra after attending a meeting in Cheras.
    Nadia was too distraught to speak to the press but a close relative said she passed out several times after learning of the tragedy.
    “Thank you so much for coming to pay your last respect. If my husband has ever wronged you, please forgive him,” she was heard saying at the Kampung Melaka muslim cemetery in Cheras.
    Insp Mohd Nafzanee’s father, who is also a policeman attached in Penang, said the family was informed at about 5.45am.
    “Initially, we were told that he had been involved in an accident. His motorcycle was there but he could not be found at the scene.
    “That prompted a search by the police and our family. We checked all the hospitals but there were no sign of him. A team of policemen decided to go back to the scene at about 3am.
    “After a thorough search in the area, they found him in a drain several metres away from the accident’s location,” said the brother, who refused to be named.
    Insp Mohd Nafzanee was described as hardworking, responsible and knowledgeable by his superior.
    “I can’t really talk right now. It’s like my words are stuck in my throat,” said teary-eyed KL police chief Datuk Tajuddin Md Isa who paid his last respect.
    Insp Mohd Nafzanee who has been in service for nine years, leaves behind a wife and two children – Dhia Damia and Danish Da
    KEADAAN kereta Proton Saga BLM selepas merempuh lima buah motosikal yang berteduh di bawah jejambat sehingga mengorbankan Hasril dan Mohd. Nafzanee.


    KAJANG – Selepas 11 jam mencari, polis akhirnya menemui mayat kedua yang terbabit dalam kemalangan sewaktu berhenti untuk berteduh daripada hujan di bawah jejambat di Kilometer 17.2, Lebuh Raya Grand Saga di sini kelmarin.
    Dalam kejadian pada pukul 3.50 petang itu, mangsa, Mohd. Nafzanee Mohd. Adnan, (gambar kecil) 36, yang juga merupakan seorang pegawai polis berpangkat Inspektor dari unit Pasukan Khas Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Cheras ditemui di dalam longkang sedalam lima meter pada pukul 3.30 pagi semalam.
    Difahamkan, pada mulanya, pihak polis hanya menjumpai seorang sahaja mangsa yang maut dalam kemalangan itu iaitu Hasril Ab Rahman, 63, tetapi selepas melakukan semakan terhadap nombor pendaftaran motosikal milik Mohd. Nafzanee yang ditemui di tempat kejadian, dia gagal dikesan di beberapa hospital.
    Ketua Polis Daerah Kajang, Asisten Komisioner Ab. Rashid Ab. Wahab berkata, sehubungan itu, usaha mencari dan menyelamat dilakukan semula di kawasan kemalangan pada awal pagi semalam.
    nial, both aged six.

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