Report on Shah Alam plane crash out on Sept 15, says Loke


KUALA LUMPUR: The preliminary report on the fatal plane crash outside Bandar Elmina in Shah Alam, Selangor last month will be uploaded on the Transport Ministry’s website at 10am on Friday (Sept 15).

This was confirmed by minister Anthony Loke when asked for the latest update regarding the investigation, which is based on the 30-minute voice recording obtained from the cockpit voice recorder of the Beechcraft Model 390 (Premier 1) aircraft.

"All the facts will be out tomorrow,” he told reporters on Thursday (Sept 14).

The plane crash on Aug 17 claimed the lives of 10 people.

Earlier, Loke inspected the operation of the new train sets of the Kelana Jaya Line Light Rail Transit (LRT) at the Pasar Seni Station here.

He said that starting on Friday, three new train sets would begin operating for the Kelana Jaya Line LRT under the Kuala Lumpur Additional Vehicles 27 (KLAV27) project.

Three more train sets are expected to be received by the end of the year, which will help reduce train frequency during peak hours from 3.8 minutes to three minutes, he added.- Bernama

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