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The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) confirmed it is investigating the latest fatal accident involving the Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Expressway (Suke) construction project, which is the second such incident this year.
As for the earlier incident on March 3, however, the board said its investigations thus far found the contractor involved had followed all traffic management requirements.
“In such situations, drivers of heavy vehicles have a responsibility to ensure they observe the height limit shown on road signage of construction projects and divert their vehicles to alternative routes,” it said in a statement today.
Two people died and three were injured after an unfinished highway bridge near Desa Tasik apartment, Kuala Lumpur collapsed. The incident is said to have been caused by a large trailer that crashed into metal scaffolding above it at the construction site.
Police said a preliminary urine test on the trailer driver was positive for methamphetamines.
The incident came in the wake of a string of accidents involving the Suke construction, several of which were fatal.
In the latest incident on March 22, a launcher crane at Persiaran Alam Damai, Cheras toppled and killed three people.
The CIDB said it is investigating the incident under the CIDB Act 1994. Under the law, any contractor who failed to ensure safety at their construction site will be liable to a fine of up to RM500,000, or up to two years imprisonment, or both.
At the same time, the Department of Occupational Safety and Health is investigating the case under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994, while the Kuala Lumpur City Hall is investigating it under the Street, Drainage, and Building Act 1974 and other relevant laws.
Previously, the CIDB imposed fines of RM180,000 over a Sept 19, 2020 incident where a concrete slab at the Suke construction site fell and crushed a passing car. One person was injured in the incident.
In that incident, it was found that the subcontractor handling the work package involved did not follow the proper work procedures and has a site supervisor with no accreditation.