Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Horror crash: Bus was in good condition, says Transport Minister

Ha ha ha just read the two report below?

What the Transport Ministry and Police are trying to prove?

Before the full investigation is completed, start to make comments.

Is this fair to the dead???????

Horror crash: Bus was in good condition, says Transport Minister (Updated)
TAMPIN: The express bus involved in Sunday's accident which killed 12 people was in good condition, preliminary investigations have revealed.
The three-year-old bus had also undergone Puspakom checks in May and was due for the next round of inspection at the end of November.
Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said the 52-year-old driver as well as the bus had also not been issued with any summonses previously.
"My officers have conducted preliminary checks on the bus and it seems to be in fairly good condition. The bus is quite new, even the tyres were good," he told reporters after visiting the accident scene Monday.


Horror crash: Police say no proof bus was speeding
KUALA LUMPUR: There is no evidence so far that the express bus involved in the fatal crash in Simpang Ampat on Sunday was speeding.
"There were media reports of a passenger claiming the bus was speeding, but when we questioned the particular person, she claimed to be sleeping prior to the bus crash," said Federal traffic chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Abdul Aziz Yusof, and urged all parties to stop speculating.
He also said 52-year-old bus driver, who perished in the accident, had a clean traffic record.
"Initial investigations revealed that he did not have any summonses, neither did the bus he was driving have any record of traffic offences," he added.

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