More issues raised over security and licensing of marathons

Tragic event: A Klang City International Marathon 2017 pacer was hit by a car during the run, suffering serious injuries. In a statement on its Facebook page, Klang City International Marathon said that pacer Evelyn Ang was hit by a “suspected drunk driver” from the back on Sunday.

PETALING JAYA: Questions over safety measures and licensing for marathons are being raised in the aftermath of the Klang City International Marathon 2017, which turned disastrous when three runners were hit by a car.

“It is important to analyse the risks involved in the planned routes and get as much insight as possible into traffic patterns along these roads.

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