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MALAYSIA : VIRAL VIDEO- CHILD NOT WEARING SEAT BELT – POLICE CHIEF

KUALA TERENGGANU, Terengganu state, Malaysia May 29 (NNN-Bernama) The child who was thrown out of a vehicle in an incident which occurred at the Road Transport Department traffic light junction here last night, was probably not secured with a seat belt, said Terengganu state police chief Aidi Ismail.

Aidi was commenting on a video which has gone viral on Facebook, showing a child narrowly escaping death after she was thrown from the front passenger seat of a moving car.

“If the seat belt had been secured, the child would not have fallen out of the moving vehicle, even if the door was not closed properly or the door was flung open by the child, he said when contacted by Bernama.

The 12-second video went viral on Facebook since last night after it was shared by an account holder known as ‘Poh KF’.

According to Aidi, so far no one has lodged a police report on the incident.

The video which has been posted in multiple Facebook groups received thousands of comments from netizens urging drivers to me more aware of child safety while on the road.NNN-BRNAMA

Source: NAM News Network

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Home / Business & Finance / MALAYSIA : VIRAL VIDEO- CHILD NOT WEARING SEAT BELT – POLICE CHIEF

MALAYSIA : VIRAL VIDEO- CHILD NOT WEARING SEAT BELT – POLICE CHIEF

KUALA TERENGGANU, Terengganu state, Malaysia May 29 (NNN-Bernama) The child who was thrown out of a vehicle in an incident which occurred at the Road Transport Department traffic light junction here last night, was probably not secured with a seat belt, said Terengganu state police chief Aidi Ismail.

Aidi was commenting on a video which has gone viral on Facebook, showing a child narrowly escaping death after she was thrown from the front passenger seat of a moving car.

“If the seat belt had been secured, the child would not have fallen out of the moving vehicle, even if the door was not closed properly or the door was flung open by the child, he said when contacted by Bernama.

The 12-second video went viral on Facebook since last night after it was shared by an account holder known as ‘Poh KF’.

According to Aidi, so far no one has lodged a police report on the incident.

The video which has been posted in multiple Facebook groups received thousands of comments from netizens urging drivers to me more aware of child safety while on the road.NNN-BRNAMA

Source: NAM News Network

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