Kapar crash: Post-mortem completed, multiple injuries cited as cause of death


KLANG: The post-mortem on the two victims involved in the light aircraft crash in Kapar here has been completed.

North Klang OCPD ACP S. Vijaya Rao said, in a statement Wednesday (Feb 14), that multiple injuries due to a plane crash have been cited as the cause of death.

The two victims have been identified as pilot Daniel Yee Hsiang Khoon, 31, and passenger Roshaan Singh Raina, 43.

According to ACP Vijaya Rao, both men's identities were confirmed through fingerprints.

The post-mortem was conducted at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah at 10.00am Wednesday.

"The cause of the air crash is still under investigation by the Air Accident Investigation Bureau.

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"The victims will be handed over to their next of kin for burial arrangements as soon as possible," he added.

ACP Vijaya Rao said the police will help the victims' families by providing an escort for the transportation of the remains.

He also advised members of the public not to share photos or videos of the victims out of respect for the bereaved families.

Both the victims were believed to have died on the spot after their light aircraft crashed and plunged into the ground at an oil palm plantation.

The recreational aircraft, managed and operated by Air Adventure Flying Club, took off at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang at 1:28pm and crashed at 1:45pm.

It had taken firemen several hours to locate and retrieve the remains from the crash site.

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