Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Car killed owner
A real estate planning manager had driven to a construction site of his company in Falim, a district in Ipoh, Malaysia, to supervise the work there.
When Mr Zhong Wen Kun, 58, left the car to inspect the site, he removed the key from the ignition but didn't pull up the handbrake.
And as he was making his rounds, the car slowly rolled forward, pinning him to a slope.
Nobody knew he was trapped until his colleagues started looking for him.
Mr Zhong was found about six hours later, face down in the mud with his lower body trapped under the white four-wheel drive early on Tuesday morning, China Press reported.