Singapore woman en route to Johor Baru dies in Pahang crash
She and family were en route to JB; police looking for driver of 2nd car
A Singaporean woman was killed on Sunday night, while her husband, daughter and Malaysian son-in-law were injured after their car collided with another while they were heading to Johor Baru from Terengganu, along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
According to national news agency Bernama, Ms Norlia Mohamad, 49, died at 10pm, three hours after the accident happened at the 65km point of Jalan Pekan-Nenasi, towards Rompin, a small town in Pahang.
She died while receiving treatment at the Kuala Rompin health clinic. Staff members there told The Straits Times that Ms Norlia was taken to the clinic first as the nearest hospital was in Rompin, some 45 minutes' drive away.
Singaporeans Latin Kanchil, 54, and Junaidah Latin, 26, as well as Mr Mohd Salleh Masehan, 41, a Malaysian from Johor Baru, suffered minor injuries.