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3YO Boy Thrown Off MRR2 By His Father Now In Stable Condition

3YO Boy Thrown Off MRR2 By His Father Now In Stable Condition

The three-year-old child was the sole survivor of last Tuesday’s incident where a 38-year-old man threw his three children down before jumping to his death from a 20m high elevated highway in Kuala Lumpur.

Ikhwan Zulkaflee

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The 3-year-old boy that was thrown off an elevated highway along the Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) highway last week is now in stable condition.

According to Sinar Harian, the Myanmar child had been discharged from Hospital Kuala Lumpur’s intensive care unit yesterday and is now receiving outpatient treatment at the hospital.

“We are waiting to interview the child and get his statement recorded before referring to the deputy public prosecutor for the next course of action,” Sentul Police District chief Beh Eng Lai was quoted by the news portal.

The boy had internal injuries to his stomach and a fracture to his left rib after he was thrown by his father from MRR2 last Tuesday.

His father, who subsequently jumped to his death from the elevated highway, was said to be suffering from mental health issues.

He was reportedly often caught talking to himself for the past year, since recovering from Covid-19.

Prior to the incident, the 38-year-old UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) cardholder was seen carrying the boy while holding the hands of his two other siblings on MRR2.

It was believed that the boy who survived the ordeal was the first to be thrown by his father from the elevated highway on that fateful day.

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