Four prison staff killed when bus plunges into ravine


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 16 Dec 2010

PENAMPANG: Four officers from the Tawau Prison were killed when a bus from the Sabah Prisons Department plunged into a ravine at Kampung Moyog, Penampang at about 10.10am on Thursday.

According to a list provided by the Fire and Rescue Department at the scene of the accident, the dead were identified as Madinh Alhmdullah, Selamat Idris, Muslimin Muhammad and Sabirin Murad.

The four were among 25 passengers in the bus that was on its way from Keningau to Kota Kinabalu after participating in the Sabah Prisons Director Cup football tournament in Keningau Thursday.

Injured passengers were sent to a number of nearby hospitals. - Bernama

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