Thursday, February 4, 2010

Datuk Hazam JSJK Died in Road Accident

1. From the pictures shown by Ondscene (pictures below), I think the main cause of the accident could be speeding. Then, for some reason the car lost control and spun (could be because of wet road surface, however this fact must be further verified).

2. During the car's spinning, the deceased victim could be thrown out onto the road and that could be the cause of his death (if seated at the back). If seated at the front, he could be trapped by the crumpled zone of the car (see photo 1). In the meantime, the car hit the trailer on lateral side but not underride. The driver of the car was severely injured by the impact (because of deformation on front car area - left side is more severe).

3. This is only my rough idea on how the accident occurred. Could be wrong though. Further information are needed for perfect reconstruction of the crash.

4. I have seen many severe crashes happened due to collision with trailers parked on the emergency lane. Authorities and PLUS must take some counter measure to solve the problem or else.....more casualties will happen in the future. Anyway, takziah to the family. Innalillah.

KUALA LUMPUR: Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department principal assistant director (Investigation II) Datuk Mohd Hazam Abdul Halim, died in a road accident at KM 419.7 of the North-South Expressway near Bukit Tagar Interchange at 12.45am yesterday.

Mohd Hazam, 50, was in a chauffeur-driven Bukit Aman Proton Perdana V6 travelling on from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur when the vehicle hit the back of a stalled lorry parked at the emergency lane.

Mohd Hazam died on the spot and his body was taken to the Kuala Kubu Baru Hospital, while the lans corporal driving the vehicle was seriously injured and warded at Sungai Buloh Hospital.

He had earlier attended a Commercial Crime Investigation Department conference in Ipoh. Mohd Hazam body will be taken to his home in Taman Tuanku Jaafar in Seremban and buried at nearby Muslim cemetery there after dzuhur prayers. He is survived by wife Datin Siti Norziah Abdullah, 41 and six children.

News Resource: NST Online
Pictures Resource: Ondscene Blogspot

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