LRT train mishap: Victims can contact Prasarana for items left behind

PETALING JAYA: Prasarana Malaysia Bhd (Prasarana) is taking a count of personal belongings left behind by victims of Monday (May 24) night’s crash to be reunited with their owners.

The operator of the urban rail services including the LRT Kelana Jaya line said on Facebook that anyone who left their belongings can contact its Crisis Hotline at 014 737 1330 or email

Earlier, Prasarana said the LRT Kelana Jaya service resumed operation at 6am on Tuesday (May 25).

It said the operation will run on a single track and supported by a free shuttle bus service after last night’s incident which left 213 people hurt, 47 of them sustaining more serious injuries.

However, in accordance with MCO 3.0 rules, which comes into force from Tuesday (May 25) until June 7, it will operate under 50% reduced passenger capacity.

It will also operate on a frequency of 10mins during peak hours and 30mins at other times.

“Passengers can expect a longer waiting time than usual, ” it said in a statement.

Prasarana will also add on free double-decker shuttle bus services at every 15 to 20min intervals during peak hours to shuttle passengers to any of the stations between Pasar Seni and Ampang Park such as Masjid Jamek, Dang Wangi, Kampung Baru and KLCC.

Meanwhile, Bandar Utama assemblyman Jamaliah Jamaluddin offered a helping hand to any of her constituents who were affected as she expressed her shock and sympathy over the incident.

“Oh my, this is horrible! Hopefully, everyone is been taken care of now.

“If any of our DUN Bandar Utama residents who were involved with this and need help, do let us know, ” she said on Facebook.

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