RMAF plane crashes in Kuala Selangor, rescuer believed drowned

KUALA LUMPUR: A small Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) plane has crashed near a beach in Kuala Selangor, with all people on board surviving the incident, but a villager is believed to have drowned in the rescue.

The CN235 twin-engined aircraft reportedly left the Subang RMAF base Friday morning but had to make an "emergency landing" near Pantai Asam Jawa at about 8.40am.

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