Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
In the first incident at 3.30pm at Kampung Pak Pa here, a 22-year-old clerk who was walking home from work was followed by the suspect on his motorcycle.When the suspect came close to his victim, he suddenly grabbed the woman's breast before speeding off on his motorcycle.The victim who managed to note the suspect's motorcycle registration number, lodged a report at the Chabang Tiga police station an hour later.State CID deputy chief Superintendent K. Manoharan said the same suspect molested a 19-year-old student who was walking to her college in Chendering after the first incident.
Manoharan said in the 4.20pm incident, the suspect used the same tactic but in this case grabbed the girl's buttock before fleeing the scene.Following both reports, a 21-year-old suspect was picked up at his house in Kuala Ibai on the same day at 10pm. A motorcyle and a helmet were seized from him.
Two of the homes were occupied by 10 Universiti Malaysia Perlis (Unimap) students who suffered the most financially as their electronic appliances, including computers, were damaged.Mohd Firdaus Mohd Salleh, 23, said that there had been no warning of the storm."Everything happened in a blink of an eye. "My friends and I were working on our assignments when we heard loud noises," said Firdaus.
they have shut the doors and windows.Suddenly, the roof was ripped off and they had to take cover.Their exams are coming up, but thankful that nothing happened to them and that Unimap has given us a new place to stay.Kuala Perlis assemblyman Mat Hassan, who visited the scene, said all the residents involved were moved to a temporary home managed by Unimap. "We are looking for other areas which may have been affected by the storm."He urged the victims to be patient as he was working with government agencies to try and provide financial aid as soon as possible.
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
If the blood supply is cut off for more than a few minutes, muscle cells suffer permanent injury and die. This can kill or disable someone, depending on how much heart muscle is damaged.
Sometimes a coronary artery temporarily contracts or goes into spasm. When this happens the artery narrows and blood flow to part of the heart muscle decreases or stops. We're not sure what causes a spasm. A spasm can occur in normal-appearing blood vessels as well as in vessels partly blocked by atherosclerosis. A severe spasm can cause a heart attack.
The medical term for heart attack is myocardial infarction. A heart attack is also sometimes called a coronary thrombosis or coronary occlusion.(http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=4578)
In Klang, a part-time fisherman, who could not swim, is drowned after falling into the sea, about 1km from the Pangkalan Sayang Disayang fishing jetty in Kampung Rantau Panjang.
It is believed that the boat, which had just been repaired, hit something in the water.
Samsudin's brother-in-law Hairuddin Sumarnak, 50, said other fishermen who were in their boats saw Samsudin in the water, waving his hands in distress.
But the fishermen could not get to him in time and some of them returned to the jetty to alert the authorities.
Samsudin, a 48-year-old factory storekeeper, was on Hari Raya Aidilfitri leave.
He had contracted to charter his boat to anglers and wanted to ensure that the vessel was in good working order.
He leave his wife and two-year-old daughter.
its was happened at Pengkalan Hulu, Perak when two youths, 14-year-old, were killed and another injured in a collision involving two motorcycles in Jalan Kuak Luar on Sunday.
Mohd Amirul Asraf Abdullah, 15, who was riding pillion on Mohd Zulkarnain's motorcycle, had injuries to one of his eyes and was admitted to the hospital.
Mohd Shari's mother, Hamidah Majid, 56, from Kampung Tok Balai, Kuak Hulu, said her son had told her he was going out to buy a prepaid reload card for his mobile phone.
and that is the last time she saw her son.
A boat carrying Indonesians back for Hari Raya sank 1.2 nautical miles from Port Klang today. Twelve passengers have been reported dead. Six crew members have been detained.
So far, 19 survivors have been sent to the Klang Hospital. Remaining passengers are reported missing. Search and rescue will continue until 6pm today.
Authorities are still trying to ascertain the exact number of passengers and crew on board the boat.
The incident happened at Tanjung Buas-Buas about 7.30am.
(source : http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Tuesday/Frontpage/20080930103229/Article/index_html )