Genting bus crash: Financial aid, counselling extended to survivors

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  • Thursday, 22 Aug 2013

The scene of the Genting bus crash.

KUALA LUMPUR: Financial aid and counselling will be extended to the victims of the bus accident that killed 37 passengers.

Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim said financial aid of RM500 would be extended to the survivors of the crash and RM1000 will be given to families of passengers who died.

"We hope everyone will have a speedy recovery," she said on Thursday when met after she visited survivors of the crash at Selayang Hospital.
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