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Senai-Desaru Highway Crash: Father who lost his two-year-old son in accident appealing for witnesses

A father who has lost his two-year-old son in a horrible accident is appealing to the public to come forward if they witnessed the crash.

Aizat Istamuel Amir Hamzah, who tragically lost his only child Gibran Alfarizqi, was heading out from Desaru when suddenly a car from the opposite direction crashed into his car.

According to NST’s report, the accident which took place at KM57.2 of the Senai-Desaru Highway near Bandar Penawar, was caused by a dark vehicle which lost control after making a mess of an overtaking attempt. 

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“On Feb 19, at around 3.30pm to 4.30pm, we were involved in an accident along the Senai-Desaru highway heading towards Pasir Gudang. Gibran died, and my wife is fighting for her life right now as she sustained serious injuries,” Aizat said.

“Before the accident, I saw a black or dark vehicle overtaking too close from the opposite direction. The driver lost control, hitting our car and the one behind me.”

“The reckless, irresponsible driver took our my dear son’s life away from us. I hope the culprit who caused the accident realises this and takes responsibility,” he said, as reported by NST.

“I’m appealing for help if there is anyone out there who witnessed the accident to come forward to the Kota Tinggi Police Station.”

Kota Tinggi District Police chief, Superintendent Hussin Zamora said the accident was believed to be caused by a vehicle that was carrying out a botched overtaking manoeuvre.

“The vehicle’s number plate is still unknown as all five vehicles lost control from trying to avoid hitting one another from opposite sides.

“Police are making efforts to find witnesses for the accident involving five vehicles that tragically resulted in Gibran Alfarizqi’s death.

“Those who witnessed the accident are urged to come forward and get in touch with the investigating officer from the Traffic Enforcement and Investigation Division (BSPT) at the Kota Tinggi District Police Headquarters , Inspector Amirul Mustakim Mustaza at 017-479 3329 to aid in investigations,” he said.

A father who has lost his two-year-old son in a horrible accident is appealing to the public to come forward if they witnessed the crash.

Aizat Istamuel Amir Hamzah, who tragically lost his only child Gibran Alfarizqi, was heading out from Desaru when suddenly a car from the opposite direction crashed into his car.

According to NST’s report, the accident which took place at KM57.2 of the Senai-Desaru Highway near Bandar Penawar, was caused by a dark vehicle which lost control after making a mess of an overtaking attempt. 

Picture credit: Bomba

“On Feb 19, at around 3.30pm to 4.30pm, we were involved in an accident along the Senai-Desaru highway heading towards Pasir Gudang. Gibran died, and my wife is fighting for her life right now as she sustained serious injuries,” Aizat said.

“Before the accident, I saw a black or dark vehicle overtaking too close from the opposite direction. The driver lost control, hitting our car and the one behind me.”

“The reckless, irresponsible driver took our my dear son’s life away from us. I hope the culprit who caused the accident realises this and takes responsibility,” he said, as reported by NST.

“I’m appealing for help if there is anyone out there who witnessed the accident to come forward to the Kota Tinggi Police Station.”

Kota Tinggi District Police chief, Superintendent Hussin Zamora said the accident was believed to be caused by a vehicle that was carrying out a botched overtaking manoeuvre.

“The vehicle’s number plate is still unknown as all five vehicles lost control from trying to avoid hitting one another from opposite sides.

“Police are making efforts to find witnesses for the accident involving five vehicles that tragically resulted in Gibran Alfarizqi’s death.

“Those who witnessed the accident are urged to come forward and get in touch with the investigating officer from the Traffic Enforcement and Investigation Division (BSPT) at the Kota Tinggi District Police Headquarters , Inspector Amirul Mustakim Mustaza at 017-479 3329 to aid in investigations,” he said.

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