In an accident that occurred early on Friday (25 Oct) morning, a worker for the Majlis Bandaraya Pulau Pinang (MBPP) passed away at the scene of the accident after he was rammed at an intersection in Georgetown by a Honda Accord who was driven by a lady from China who was allegedly drunk.
Georgetown OCPD Asst Comm Che Zamani Che Awang explained that at the moment, a post mortem is being carried and a blood sample from the driver has been taken to test for alcohol and drug content. The driver is now being remanded for further investigation.
Watch the CCTV of the accident here (viewers discretion advised):
Pemilik Gerai Bubur Kambli's yang terkenal di George Town,Mohaidin Gani Mohamad,58, maut selepas dirempuh dari belakang oleh pemandu wanita,24 tahun,warga China yang disyaki memandu dalam keadaan mabuk. Kejadian di persimpangan lampu isyarat, Datuk Keramat jam 6.50am. @NewsMPB pic.twitter.com/T8cyIrxp5t
— Selwam Arjunan (@SelwamNewsMPB) October 25, 2019
If you decide to have a fun night out with friends, please choose a designated driver or just use any of the e-hailing services that are available now. Please be mindful of others as no matter how confident you are after a few drinks, your judgment is still impaired, and you should not be driving. You might kill someone on the road.
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