Every day, every hour, every minute, every second, change happens.
Whether it be sunshine changing to rainfall or sudden death of a loved one or stranger, someone’s life is plunged into another phase without warning.
Road accidents are a common, dreadful but already-normalised cause of death.
What do I mean? Open the newspapers, Google it and you’ll see some death happening almost every day. We gasp at the inevitable, then brush it off (or grieve) and move on, because well, life still goes on.
But of course, everyone has their own way of dealing with their problems, and this man who caused an accident had his own.
He Reacted Gruesomely to Causing Death
According to one report, a 66-year-old man was driving a Mercedes-Benz C200 along Tanjung Karang when his car rammed into a Perodua Myvi at 2.53am yesterday.
Another two sources mentioned it was the 66-year-old who stopped his car in the middle of the road. It is not clear as to why he may have done so. The Myvi, which was behind, was unable to stop and rammed into the Mercedes.
Whichever the case, the impact flung the Perodua Myvi into a nearby drain.
Sadly, the Myvi driver, 40-year-old Muhammad Fadzli Muhammad Yusari, was pinned inside where he died at the scene.
Witnesses saw the 66-year-old in a daze but he was not hurt.
Out of nowhere, he whipped out a knife and slit his own throat.
The Elderly Man Had Mental Problems
Reportedly, the elderly man was suffering from mental problems.
Both the bodies were sent to the Tanjong Karang Hospital for post-mortem.
The post-mortem results showed that the cause of death was “massive bleeding secondary to deep incised wound over the neck.”
It was a day of unfortunate events and we hope that both parties rest in peace. We do not know why he did what he did, but we should not speculate and instead respect his family to keep things private.
If you are going through a hard time, or know anyone who is, please do reach out for help. There are many available hotlines like the Samaritans of Singapore which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach them at 1800-221-4444.
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