National hockey player died in a road crash

Chua Boon Huat, a national hockey player died in a road accident today. Tan Kuai Neo did not expect to lose her son also claimed as the same tragedy as her husband ago.

Nine years ago, Tan's husband, Chua Peng Hock died in an accident while riding a motorcycle with another vehicle, and now her beloved youngest son, Chua Boon Huat was a victim of a road accident too.

"I was surprised by the news of my son's death  as same tragedy of his father also went in the accident.

"Her son's girlfriend was called her via  phone at 4 a.m to clarify on Boon Huat's accident", she said today.

Boon Huat, 33, was killed when his car, a Proton Perdana rammed into water tankers at the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) near Kelana Jaya LRT station, at 2.25 a.m.

Tan and her children as soon as possible move to Kuala Lumpur from Malacca and arrived at University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) at 6 a.m. this morning.

Chua Boon Huat, fourth in family has a brother and two sisters

"Boon Huat is a child who likes to talk, obedient and cheerful," said Tan Kuai Neo.

Chua Boon Huat is a Malaysia hockey national player was a hockey player since in the school. He represent the National School Bandar Hilir, Malacca while in the standard four and played for Malacca High School for secondary school level.

"The last time I met Boon Huat is at the end of June, when he has free time and there is no match," Tan said, adding that no strange signs show before the accident. 

She said that her son's body will be cremated on Monday in Semabok, Malacca.

Melancholy atmosphere surrounding the hospital morgue when Chua Boon Huat's family attended the pending Boon Huat's autopsy until 10 a.m.

Boon Huat's eldest brother, a former national rugby player 1998-2004, Nor Aliff Najmi Chua, 42 (converted to Islam since eight years ago) said that hockey is his (Boon Huat) life. His interests in hockey since primary school after Aliff Najmi introduce  the sport to him.

Aliff received the news on his youngest brother's death at 4. a.m and rushed to KL immediately.

"I don't expect him to go to early because we love him very much but I pleased with divine certainty," he said.

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