Doctor involved in road rage, screams “I hope you get Covid!”

As reported by: @Fadzmin_ on Twitter
Incident Date: 9:26 AM, Wednesday, 3 Feb 2021
Location: Serdang Hospital, Selangor

A woman, believed to be a doctor, lost it completely and was caught on camera involved in a road rage incident, where there was a trade of insults between her and another driver after having rashly cut across from an opposite lane, nearly crashing and causing a car accident. Instead of apologizing, the woman proceeded to tailgate and continuously honk at the poor driver as seen in the video below.

As seen in the dashcam footage, the woman was filmed making an illegal U-turn. Unsurprisingly, Fadzmin (the victim), honked at her, since he had the right of way as the traffic light turned green and the woman nearly collided with him.

As Fadzmin drove off, the woman was not done yet and went on to chase him down to make her point clear. As the two drivers stopped side-by-side at the next traffic light, the woman wound down her window and began shouting angrily at Fadzmin, hurling profanities and blaming him instead.

Fadzmin retaliated by fighting back, he can be heard in the video repeatedly shouting “Masalah cik, HIJAU! HIJAU!” (Translation: It’s your fault, the light was green!). To make matters worse, the woman responded aggressively by saying “Aku doakan ko dapat covid..setan..setan!”“I pray you get Covid!”

In a separate Twitter post, when Fadzmin was questioned how he knew the woman was a doctor, he claimed that the woman showed him a stethoscope while insulting him. “She showed me her stethoscope to let me know that she is a doctor”, Fadzmin said.

We at Newswav would like to remind you to be safe on the roads and to always abide by our road laws.

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Rider’s leg gets stuck under a truck after coming together

As reported by: Chin Ka Yee
Incident Date: 1:45 PM, Monday, 18 January 2021
Location: Malim Jaya, Melaka

A collision between a truck and a motorcyclist ended in excruciating pain for a rider.

As seen in the picture above, the collision happened along a road in Malim Jaya, Melaka. Unfortunately for the rider, after crashing with the truck, he ended up on the road with the truck still moving towards him.

The truck then came to a halt over the rider’s leg, trapping and crushing it, with the rider shrieking in pain throughout the ordeal.

Once the truck driver noticed what had happened, and with no other alternative solutions, the truck driver had to put it in reverse in order to free the rider’s leg.

As seen in the video below, after moving the truck, both the truck driver and another fellow samaritan went to assist the rider on the ground.

MUST WATCH! Large explosion goes off at Salak South, massive fire follows after

As reported by: Nicholas Cheong
Incident Date: 12:46 AM, Saturday, 16 January 2021
Location: Salak South, Kuala Lumpur

A warehouse stored with household gas barrels caught on fire and caused an explosion last night. The incident took place around 1:00 AM where explosive sounds were initially heard during the period before a massive fire broke out.


The fire completely engulfed two warehouses, one dedicated to storing gas barrels before the fire spread to another hardware store adjacent to it.


The fire completely engulfed two warehouses, one dedicated to storing gas barrels. The fire then spread to another hardware store adjacent to it.

Upon receiving the report, the Fire and Rescue department (JBPM) shortly arrived at the scene where more than 10 fire trucks were dispatched along with a rescue team to carry out the fire fighting operations.

As many as 62 members from the Sri Petaling Fire and Rescue Station (BBP), BBP Sungai Besi, BBP Jalan Hang Tuah, BBP Bukit Jalil, BBP Bandar Tun Razak, BBP Cheras and BBS Desa Petaling were dispatched to the location.

During the fire, there were several explosions at the scene, and even residents living several kilometres away were able to hear it. 

The fire was eventually extinguished and brought under control by 2:53 AM in the morning. The cause of the incident is still being investigated. 

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Large crowds seen panic-buying before MCO 2.0

As reported by: Adammyrehab
Incident Date: 10:30 AM, Tuesday, 12 January 2021
Location: AEON Taman Maluri

As our PM Muhyiddin Yassin announced MCO 2.0 on the evening of 11/1/2021, many citizens are yet again fearful for the lack of essential items that may be unavailable or out of stock during lockdown period.

Similar to the situation we had experienced back in 2020, the morning after the announcement, crowds of people can be seen flocking to supermarkets trying to stock up on supplies for the lockdown that will be imposed for the next 2 weeks.

In the video below, a long queue of people has already started forming outside of the supermarket, as early as 10:30 a.m.

We hope everyone will remain calm during these trying times, and avoid going to places with large crowds, if unavoidable, please practice social distancing and abide by the SOPs. The government has assured us that there will be no shortage of supplies this time, so hopefully we can all avoid panic-buying and purchase supplies at a better and safer time instead.

We here at Newswav would like to again wish everyone good health and to stay safe in these comings weeks.

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Rider Falls Into Drain Trying to Cross ‘Bridge’

As reported by: Chin Ka Yee
Incident Date: 2:00 PM, Thursday, 24 December 2020
Location: Malim Jaya, Melaka

With more and more stories of people hitting potholes and getting seriously injured, or even worse, suffering life-ending injuries, this accident was also unfortunately in the same vein.

However, this accident was more to do with an unfortunate case of human-error rather than negligence by public officials.

As seen in the photos and video down below, this unfortunate rider was attempting to take a shortcut across the road by going over a ‘bridge’ that spanned across a drain.

The rider unfortunately lost his balance in the process and fell into the drain, he was then incapacitated and was not able to get himself out of the situation. The rider’s bike was also seen laying over his legs, which may have been why he was not able to get himself out. The full extent of his injuries are still unknown.

Thankfully, nearby citizens were able to come to his aid and call for help, local fire & rescue authorities and medics were seen in the area not long after. The traffic along the road was also being diverted to ensure that there was a sufficient amount of space for the rescue to be carried out.

However, complications arose when attempting to retrieve the rider, as the situation made it difficult to retrieve the rider in a safe and hasty way.

Subsequently, the rider was successfully retrieved and transported to a nearby hospital.

Many of us may be tempted to take shortcuts to our destination, but it’s important to ensure the pathways are safe to traverse, and always put your safety over saving a couple of minutes of travelling. We wish the rider a speedy recovery and for others to stay safe whilst on the road.

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Plume of Black Smoke Seen Across KL


As reported by: Adammyrehab
Incident Date: 9:30 PM, Tuesday, 22 December 2020
Location: Wisma Trax, Chan Sow Lin Jalan 5

At approximately 9:30PM yesterday night (22/12/2020), a plume of black smoke could be seen over Kuala Lumpur.

It’s suspected that a fire broke out in the vicinity, as the plume of smoke continued for a short while.

The video was shot from the rooftop of Hallaway KL @ Wisma Trax, looking towards St.Regis.

It may have been a worrying sight for some people, as there have been more and more reports of fires occurring throughout the city, as not too long ago, a fire also broke out that destroyed 26 motorcycles in Desa Tun Razak.

These fires haven’t been limited to just random locations, as just last week, a fire broke out by The Mines Resort and Golf Club, in Seri Kembangan. Fortunately, no casualties were reported in the incident.

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Crash At Intersection Leaves Rider Unresponsive

As reported by: Adammyrehab
Incident Date: 11:00 AM, Thursday, 17 December 2020
Location: Sungai Petai, Alor Gajah

As seen in the video above, an accident occurred by an intersection in Sungai Petai, Alor Gajah. 2 vehicles were seen involved in the accident, 1 being a Proton Waja, and another being a motorcyclist.

The impact caused damage to the Waja’s side mirror, left-front headlamps and also cracked the front windshield of the vehicle.

The motorcycle was seen laid against its side, with debris from the crash being strewn all across the intersection.

Unfortunately, the motorcyclist was seen laying down in the middle of the intersection. He was unresponsive when bystanders approached him, the reporting party also noted that it seems like the motorcyclist may have sustained a broken leg.

A small pile-up of traffic started to happen soon after. Police also arrived on the scene a few minutes later to secure the scene and provide aid to the rider. As of now, there is no information on which party was at fault, it is suspected that someone may have ran a red light, which may have caused the accident in the first place.

We wish the victims a speedy recovery, and please abide by our road laws.

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No Parking? Look at what he does instead!

As reported by: Adammyrehab
Incident Date: Sunday, 6th December 2020
Location: Carpark of AEON Taman Maluri

We’ve all had issue looking for parking space in shopping malls, some of us may have even had a friend or a family member get down to block parking spots just to avoid another 10-15 minutes looking for a spot.

But here’s one you may not have even seen or heard of, how about faking having a broken down car just so you have a spot to stop your car and go shopping?

That’s exactly what this particular individual did at Aeon Taman Maluri, after looping around looking for parking to no avail, he decided to stop his car by the side, prop up the bonnet, and proceeded to walk off to do his shopping!

The owner of the vehicle didn’t return until he had completed his shopping, needless to say, this is definitely not the way to go about looking for parking. Another 5-10 more minutes looking for a parking spot would’ve save others the hassle of being obstructed by your vehicle. He was lucky to not have been clamped or fined for his actions.

Here’s a gentle reminder to please be responsible and be mindful of others.

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