In the incident that involved 3 cars, Mohd Rizal Buseri, 31, an officer in the Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM), died at the scene due to severe head injuries after his Accord was T-boned by the Myvi. The driver of the Proton Iswara, Chang Ah May, 78, walked away unhurt.
Initial reports showed that the 23-year-old Myvi woman driver was not only driving without a license and expired road tax but was also tested positive for drugs.
Sinar Harian also reported that she had lost control and crashed into a stone road divider before colliding with the two cars.
The Myvi driver is expected to face 5 charges, including 2 which was investigated under Section 41(1) of the Road Transport Act 1987 and also under Section 15(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.
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