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KUALA TERENGGANU (Harian Metro): Seorang wanita tidak sedarkan diri akibat mengalami gegaran otak selain bengkak bibir, lebam mata kanan dan patah gigi selepas menjadi mangsa ragut di Jalan Tengku Omar, Gong Badak, dekat sini, semalam.

Kejadian jam 11.30 pagi itu berlaku ketika Mazlina Nawang, 45, pekerja kedai dobi Sekolah Menengah Teknik Wakaf Tembesu di sini, dalam perjalanan pulang ke rumahnya di Kampung Wakaf Tembusu, Batu Rakit sebelum dihampiri peragut bermotosikal yang cuba melarikan beg tangannya.

Setakat ini tiada saksi tampil memberi keterangan.

Walaupun mangsa mengalami kecederaan serius, keadaannya stabil selepas menerima rawatan segera kakitangan Jabatan Kecemasan, Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah (HSNZ) di sini.

Namun, wanita itu belum bersedia memberi keterangan.

Beberapa pegawai penyiasat dilihat berada di perkarangan hospital berbual dengan keluarga mangsa bagi mendapatkan gambaran kejadian, namun mereka juga tidak mengetahui bagaimana kejadian itu berlaku.

Perkembangan itu menyebabkan polis hanya berpandukan kepada laporan awal kejadian dan menunggu mangsa pulih sepenuhnya untuk diambil keterangan.

Ketua Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah, Ibu Pejabat Polis daerah, Deputi Superintendan Harry Chung Chiu Mok, ketika dihubungi mengesahkan kejadian itu.

“Memang kita menerima maklumat mengenai kejadian itu dan siasatan mengenainya masih dijalankan,” katanya.

Anak sulung mangsa, Nur Aqidah Nasffatil, 23, berkata dia hanya mengetahui mengenai kejadian itu selepas dihubungi seseorang melalui telefon bimbit ibunya yang memaklumkan ibunya cedera dan dihantar ke HSNZ.

Menurutnya, beg tangan ibunya gagal dilarikan dan sudah diserahkan kepadanya semalam dengan semua dokumen penting seperti kad pengenalan, lesen memandu, telefon bimbit dan wang tunai tidak terusik.

“Saya tidak tahu bagaimana beg itu masih ada pada ibu, mungkin talinya terputus menyebabkan kenderaan itu sukar dikawal lalu dia terjatuh.

“Bagaimanapun, saya berharap orang ramai yang membantu ibu dapat menghubungi polis atau bertemu kami sekeluarga kerana kami juga mahu tahu bagaimana kejadian itu berlaku,” katanya.

Wartawan Harian Metro yang menziarahi ibu enam anak berusia dua hingga 23 tahun itu mendapati wanita itu belum sedar sepenuhnya dan tidak mampu bercakap.

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Dari The Star:

Daughter of snatch-theft victim vows to seek revenge

KUALA TERENGGANU: The daughter of a snatch-theft victim has vowed to seek revenge against the thief who injured her mother, even to the extent of engaging a bomoh.

“I will not leave him alone, he ought to be taught a lesson for this inhumane act,” said Nur Aqidah Nasffati Abdul Jalil, 23, outside Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital where her 45-year-old mother was being treated for multiple facial and body injuries.

Housewife Mazlina Nawang, 45, was on her way home in Mengabang Panjang, Batu Rakit from work at a laundry outlet when she fell prey to a snatch thief.

Bloody encounter: Mazlina, who had massive facial injuries, being treated at the emergency room of the Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital Thursday.

Mazlina was riding her motorcycle when she stopped at a traffic-light junction near her home at about 11am.

The thief who was also riding a motorcycle, seized the handbag that was slung on her left shoulder.

Mazlina put up a struggle, and the thief then kicked her motorcycle causing her to fall.

Despite bleeding from her cuts and lying on the roadside, Mazlina continued to cling on to her handbag while the thief tried to pull it from her.

The suspect fled empty-handed when a group of people ran towards him.

Passers-by rushed Mazlina to the hospital.

Nur Aqaidah said she received several calls informing her that her mother was injured in the incident at about 12pm.

But there was an anonymous caller who gave me the registration number of the suspect’s motorcycle and I will track him down at all cost, even if I have to go to the extent of seeking the help of a bomoh,” she said.

Nur Aqaidah said she strongly believes the suspect was a local and had trailed her mother for some time.

“My mother works hard to supplement our family’s income and seeing her in this condition breaks my heart,” she said in a furious tone.

Nur Aqaidah later lodged a police report while the hospital employees handed over her mother’s handbag which contained documents and RM500 to her.

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