25 year old man driving a BMW who ran over 6 Thaipusam devotees in Kuala Lumpur arrested!

The driver of a BMW suspected of hitting six Thaipusam devotees, killing three of them at the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway this morning has been arrested. Sources told the New Straits Times that the 25-year-old salesman surrendered at the Tun HS Lee traffic police station, here, about 7.30pm. A source said police managed to convince the suspect via telephone to turn himself in to facilitate investigations. It is learnt that investigators, who are trying to ascertain what had caused the incident, will take the driver to a hospital for a toxicology test. In the 8.30am incident, the BMW rammed into six Thaipusam devotees who were in a procession from Senawang to Batu Caves, killing three of them instantly and injuring the others. The BMW driver immediately sped off after the crash. The black car was found abandoned near the Lekas Expressway at about 1pm. Kuala Lumpur Traffic Police Investigation and Traffic Law officer Deputy Superintendent S. Markandan had earlier urged members of the public with information on the incident to come forward and assist the police probe. The case is being investigated under Section 41 (1) of the Road Transport Act.

KUALA LUMPUR 23 JANUARY 2016. Kereta yang dipercayai terbabit dalam kemalangan yang mengakibatkan tiga peserta rombongan berjalan kaki dari Senawang ke Batu Caves untuk sambutan Thaipusam maut di Lebuh Raya Seremban-Kuala Lumpur berhampiran Seri Petaling ditinggalkan di Lebuhraya Shah Alam (KESAS).

KUALA LUMPUR 23 JANUARY 2016. Kereta yang dipercayai terbabit dalam kemalangan yang mengakibatkan tiga peserta rombongan berjalan kaki dari Senawang ke Batu Caves untuk sambutan Thaipusam maut di Lebuh Raya Seremban-Kuala Lumpur berhampiran Seri Petaling ditinggalkan di Lebuhraya Shah Alam (KESAS).

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