Bizarre Accident in KB Shopping Mall | Car Falls and kill 2 people

Look at the image in the left, it looks like an unbelievable accident how come a car falls in a mall escalator and kills 2 people?? this freak accident happened in KB Shopping Mall Malaysia. on the source news from the stars we can found that the weak wall is to be blamed for this freak accident, the weak wall on the parking was be blamed for the car falls.

The weak structure of a retaining wall has been identified as the reason for a car to plunge from the third floor car park of the KB Mall shopping mall, killing two and injuring two others.

Kelantan police chief SAC I Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi said if the 1.8m wall had been built using bricks and reinforced steel, it would be impossible for the structure to give way like what had happened on Sunday.

"The 1.8m wall was built with bricks without any reinforcement and can collapse upon impact," he told reporters at the Kelantan police headquarters here on Monday.

During the 4.45pm incident, two students from Masterskills College (Kota Baharu branch) Siti Nor Amira Samsuddin, 19 and Siti Nor Diana Azman, 18 were crushed to death when a car driven by Nurain Said, 19, lost control and crashed through the wall and plunged onto the escalator situated at the concourse of the shopping mall.

Two others - Rashidah Ahmad Lutfi, 24, also a student of the same college and Nurain - were injured and admitted to the Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital here.

Abdul Rahim said preliminary investigations revealed that the retaining wall was built with bricks, without any steel reinforcement or concrete beam, normally found in such structures.

He also urged a man, who was with Nurain and who had helped push her car which had broken down on that ill fated day, to report himself to the nearest police station to help facilitate investigations.

"Since the man was there during the incident, he can shed some light on the incident," he said.

Meanwhile, the Kelantan state government has directed inspections to be carried out on all shopping malls to inspect the structure and their safety level.

Chairman for state Tourism, Local Council and Culture Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan said following Sunday's tragedy, a special meeting would be called to discuss safety of all shopping malls.

"This morning, Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat visited the place where the incident happened and directed the Kota Baharu City Council Bandaraya Islam to hold an immediate meeting.

"We will call the Police, Fire and Rescue, Public Works Department and the KB Mall management for the meeting," he told reporters after visiting the site here today.

He added that for the time being, the mall remained closed for business.

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