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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Baling anti-narcotics chief ASP Mohd Noor Mat Yaub, 38 and his wife were killed in an accident involving three cars





Baling anti-narcotics chief, wife killed in crash

BALING: Baling anti-narcotics chief Asst Supt Mohd Noor Mat Yaub, 38 and his wife were killed in an accident involving three cars near Kampung Teluk Teduri here Tuesday.



Their six-year-old daughter Imanina Aliah is in critical condition after she was found in the wrecked vehicle with the couple's other children — Irdina Aliah, 11, Insyirah Aliah, 10, and Muhamad Adib Mustakim, eight.
The children have been sent to Baling Hospital for treatment. ASP Mohd Noor's wife, Suriya Abdul Rahman, 37, was a teacher at SK Teluk Teduri.
Police said the accident occurred when ASP Mohd Noor was sending his wife and children to school in the morning.
District police chief Supt Shariffuddin Yusof said the car driven by ASP Mohd Noor was rammed into from the back by another vehicle after he had stopped to take a right turn at a junction.
"Due to the impact, the car swerved into the opposite lane and was rammed by an on coming car," he said, adding that the on-coming car driver was also seriously injured.
He has been identified as 32-year-old Mohamad Ilyas Abd Razak from Taman Aman Perwira in Kuala Ketil, near here.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/04/18/baling-accident-two-dead/#byFxKrk2CgE3qVGZ.99





ALOR STAR: The pick-up truck driver involved in the fatal crash which killed a senior police officer and his wife in Baling on Tuesday, has been detained for failing a drug test.
The 37-year female driver from Baling was detained after she tested positive of methamphetamine, based on a preliminary urine test.
Baling police chief Superintendent Shariffuddin Yusof in confirming the arrest, said the preliminary drug test was carried out as part of the investigation into the fatal accident.
He said the woman would be presented at the Baling Magistrate’s Court for remand application proceedings Wednesday morning.
Police earlier today classified the case under Section 41(1) of the Road Transport Act 1987.
In the 7.15am incident, the Baling district police Narcotics Investigation Department head and his wife were killed, while their four young children were injured in an accident involving three vehicles at a junction in Kampung Teluk Teduri.
Assistant Superintendent Mohd Noor Mat Yaub, 38 and wife Suriya Abd Rahman, 37, died at the scene due to multiple injuries.
It is believed the incident occurred while Mohd Noor was driving his wife, a teacher at SK Teluk Teduri, and their four children, aged between six and 11, to school there. The couple’s fifth child, a toddler, was not in the vehicle.
Mohd Noor, who was driving a Perodua Myvi, was traveling from Baling to Kupang when his car was rear-ended by a Toyota Hilux as he was slowing down to make a right turn near Kampung Teluk Teduri.
The impact hurled the Myvi into the opposite lane, right into the path of an approaching Honda City.
The 32-year-old Honda City driver was also injured in the accident.

The remains of Mohd Noor and Suriya were laid to rest at their hometown in Kampung Buluh, Tanah Merah in Kelantan yesterday evening.

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