Women struck by speeding car cheated death
By:Allan Jay
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SERIAN: Two women were lucky to escape a terrifying accident with only minor injuries after they were struck by a speeding car along KM50, Jalan Kuching-Serian yesterday (Nov 5).

Serian OCPD DSP Aswandy Anis when contacted, said the accident happened around 8.20am when the car driven by a 33-year-old man was travelling towards Serian from Kuching.

“It is believed that the driver was speeding and lost control of his vehicle, which skidded onto a road divider and knocked into the two victims who happened to be standing there.

“Both victims, who are Indonesians, were crossing the highway when the accident happened,” he said.

The victims sustained minor injuries and they were taken to Serian Hospital for further treatment as outpatient by the driver himself.

Aswandy said they are still investigating the case.

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