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Tham Choy Chan, 53, died at 12.15am from serious injuries to the head, said a spokesman of the hospital.
Gombak police chief ACP Abdul Rahim Abdullah said Tham was on the Genting Highlands-Singapore tour bus, which was one of the vehicles involved in the accident, and was returning to Singapore after a holiday in Malaysia.
The tour bus, another express bus, a car and a trailer lorry were involved in the accident which occurred at about 3.30pm at KM31.5 of the expressway, leaving 13 people injured.
Meanwhile, Selayang Hospital director Dr Siti Zaleha Mohd Salleh said two injured women, Vasanda Kalianan, 58, and Liew Kim Khin, 75, had been allowed to return home after treatment.
One of the injured, Chin Chin Lai, 61, left without informing the hospital, she added.
It is learnt that eight more people under treatment at the hospital would be allowed to return home soon. -Bernama
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Travel and safety, Karak Expressway, accident, Genting Highlands, Singapore
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