'Blind spot' meant no contact between fire truck, EMRS van

Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 13 Feb 2019, 3:58 pm

INQUEST | There was no communication between the fire truck and Emergency Medical Rescue Services (EMRS) van deployed from Subang Jaya Fire Station to put out a burning car near the Seafield Sri Mahamariamman Temple, where a riot broke out on November 27 last year.

The team's supervisor, Badrul Hisyam Salim, told the Coroner's Court in Shah Alam today that he encountered a "blind spot" when the fire truck stopped about 30m from the burning car, which disrupted the signal between the vehicles' communication devices...

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