No Malaysians affected in Thailand railway blast incident, says Perlis exco

KANGAR: No Malaysians were affected in the railway blast incident in Sadao, Thailand on Saturday (Dec 3) afternoon, says Izizam Ibrahim, the Perlis executive council member in charge of border relations and cooperation.

He said from the information he received the incident did not involve any deaths or injuries.

"I also understand that no Malaysians were involved in the incident involving a cargo train carrying rubber commodities," he said when contacted by Bernama tonight.

He added that no passenger trains were affected in the incident.

The media previously reported that the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) train service from Hatyai to Padang Besar, Malaysia was disrupted after a section of the track was bombed near the Klong Ngek Railway Station in Sadao, Thailand. - Bernama

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