Trailer almost hits toll booth


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 17 Feb 2004

KLANG: Workers at the tollbooth at Shapadu Highway near Bukit Rajah here, were jolted from their seats when they saw a trailer going out of control, missing one of the booths by a whisker. 

In the 11.45am incident yesterday, the trailer which was heading towards Shah Alam from Port Klang lost control as it approached the toll booth and rammed into the iron railings on the sides of the lanes leading to the booths. 

The lorry driver, who lost control of the empty trailer, sustained injuries on his head and body and was rushed to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital. 

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