ETS collides with KL-bound train near Batang Kali


KUALA KUBU BARU: Several passengers suffered minor injuries when an ETS train heading towards Ipoh collided with another train, shortly after leaving the station here.

According to a passenger, the train had reached the station after travelling for about 90 minutes. The train had left KL Sentral at about 12.30pm on Saturday. 

“We heard a loud bang and felt a jerk,” said The Star reporter Cecilia Kok, adding that no one was flung from their seats.

Passengers waiting outside the ETS train.

“Some passengers in the front coaches suffered minor injuries. A lady fainted,” she said. 

Pictures of the scene showed that the front windscreen of the ETS had been shattered.

Fire brigade and police helped passengers to get down from train. Buses have been arranged to take passengers onwards to Ipoh.

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