Express bus rams into trailer in Jasin, 16 passengers injured

JASIN: Six passengers of an express bus were injured when the bus rammed into the rear of a trailer at Kilometre 179.2 of the North-South Expressway, heading north, here early on Monday (Nov 28).

Jasin Bestari Fire and Rescue Station (BBP) operations officer, Senior Fire Officer II Azman Md Dawam said the station received an emergency call at 3.57am and a team, comprising 17 personnel from the Jasin Bestari and Tangkak BBPs, was sent to the location, arriving there 13 minutes later.

"Upon arrival at the scene, we found that an express bus with 27 passengers had crashed into a trailer laden with recyclable materials.

"A total of 16 passengers sustained minor injuries and were given early treatment. There was no loss of life or severe injuries in the accident," he said in a statement here on Monday.

Meanwhile, Jasin district police chief DSP Mispani Hamdan said all the victims were Singaporeans and that the express bus was on its way to Kuala Lumpur.

He said the express bus driver, aged 42, was believed to have lost control of the wheel, causing the bus to crash into the rear of the trailer. - Bernama

Article type: free
User access status:
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Nation

Nurul Izzah's role as senior adviser has very limited power, says Anwar
Company director arrested for allegedly bribing agency to obtain RM2mil contract
RM5 Menu Rahmah not a one-off initiative, says Salahuddin
RM7mil allocated for 'quick win' flood solutions in Batu Pahat, says Zahid
ROS confirms Umno's no contest motion did not breach any rules, regulations, says Ahmad Maslan
Traffic cops receive certificates of recognition for helping pregnant woman
Umno purge: Hisham says he will not appeal his suspension
Youth and Sports Ministry wants probe into alleged racist remarks by national hockey player
Nurul Izzah's appointment will affect corruption perception index, says Transparency International
Comms Minister Fahmi appointed govt spokesman

Others Also Read