Cops deny any fatality in mat rempit accident on Kesas Highway

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  • Tuesday, 22 Sep 2015

PETALING JAYA: Police have denied that there was any fatality in an accident which resulted from illegal motorcycle racing on Kesas Highway as shown on a viral video.

The video depicts a group of people racing their motorcycles illegally on a highway before one of them crashes.

It had been said that the incident took place on Monday night at Kesas Highway near the Alam Impian turn off.

Selangor traffic police chief Deputy Supt Azmi Mansor said on Tuesday that while the incident shown on video did take place, there were no fatalities.

"The incident occurred around 5am yesterday and we are trying to identify those involved in the illegal racing," he said when contacted.

The video, which has gone viral with over a thousand views on Facebook since it was uploaded on the social media website.

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