Tragic Collision on Jalan Lundu-Bau Sends Teen Girl and Woman to Lundu Hospital

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Teen Girl, Woman in Lundu Hospital following 3-Vehicle Pile-Up

Tragic Collision on Jalan Lundu-Bau Sends Teen Girl and Woman to Lundu Hospital
Tragic Collision on Jalan Lundu-Bau Sends Teen Girl and Woman to Lundu Hospital

Incident Details

In a tragic turn of events early this morning, a 14-year-old girl and a 55-year-old woman, believed to be her mother, were rushed to Lundu Hospital following a serious collision on Bukit Meroyong, Jalan Lundu-Bau. The incident, which occurred at approximately 6:15 AM, involved two cars and a lorry, according to reports from the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba).

Emergency Response

The Fire and Rescue Department swiftly responded to the scene after receiving reports of a car catching fire amidst the collision. Emergency personnel, including teams from the Lundu fire station and Bomba’s Emergency Medical Rescue Services, deployed separate ambulances to transport the injured victims to Lundu Hospital for urgent medical attention.

Condition of Victims and Responders’ Actions

Both the teenage girl and her presumed mother were attended to by medical professionals from the Ministry of Health and Bomba’s specialized rescue units. Meanwhile, two male occupants from one of the cars involved miraculously emerged unscathed from the wreckage, escaping physical harm.

Flushing and Cleanup Operations

Firefighters engaged in extensive flushing and cleanup operations at the accident site, diligently removing hazardous oil spills and debris that could endanger other commuters on Jalan Lundu-Bau. The operation concluded at 7:02 AM, ensuring the safety and clear passage of traffic in the area.

Conclusion

Today’s incident serves as a stark reminder of the unpredictable nature of road accidents and the critical importance of emergency response teams in mitigating their aftermath. As investigations into the cause of the collision continue, authorities urge all motorists to exercise caution and vigilance while on the road to prevent such tragedies.

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