Gerik-Jeli lorry fatality – transport ministry revokes firm’s license; prior public security offences discovered

In a statement concerning the deadly crash involving a lorry and two passenger vehicles, which claimed the lifetime of an unborn youngster, the Malaysian transport ministry mentioned that transportation agency Mun Fei Enterprise has had its operator’s license revoked.

The revocation of the corporate’s license was following an investigation by the land public transport company (APAD) at the side of the highway transport division (JPJ), and the choice was made consistent with Part 57 (1)(b)(x) and Part 58 (1)(b) of the Highway Transport Act 2010 (Act 715).

The APAD licensing suspension and revocation committee discovered that the operator had failed the inspection and security audit (JISA audit), and had a previous file of offences with the JPJ which concerned public security. Due to this fact, the company’s licensing suspension and revocation committee determined to revoke the corporate’s license efficient instantly, the transport ministry mentioned in its assertion.

On October 29, the lorry spilled its unsecured load into the trail of oncoming autos, which collided with the gadgets spilled, inflicting the digicam automobile to overturn. It then emerged {that a} pregnant girl was injured, to the extent of the lack of her unborn youngster.

Footage of the incident from the digicam automobile was shared by transport minister Anthony Loke on his Fb web page earlier this month, who expressed his condolences and mentioned that the JPJ and APAD have been ordered to take instant motion on the motive force and the corporate. Previous to Loke’s assertion, APAD issued a show-cause letter to the corporate.