A Bangladeshi worker was seriously injured at accident in construction site in Putrajua of Malaysia, according to report of Bernama, Malaysian national news agency.
The Bangladeshi worker, Mohammad Abul Hosen, 45, broke his right hand in the 8.50am incident and was taken to the Putrajaya Hospital.
Nepali coworker Bhim Bahadur Katuwal, 31, who is believed to have fallen from the building under construction at the new site of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), died on the spot, said the report.
Putrajaya police chief ACP Rosly Hassan said police did not rule out the possibility that Bhim Bahadur fell from the 23rd floor (roof top) or from the 17th floor because only these floors had open space.
“Investigations found that at the time, the Bangladeshi worker was installing a sunshade in the gondola when suddenly the Nepalese worker came crashing down onto it, injuring Mohammad Abul at the same time,” he said.
Rosly said, so far, there were no other witnesses to the incident.
“The case is still under investigation. Police have classified the case as sudden death,” he said.