Bangladeshi men killed after being hit by train near Kajang


KAJANG: Three Bangladeshi men were killed at the railway tracks at Taman Puncak Utama Jade Hill when they were hit by a commuter train.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Department assistant director Ahmad Mukhlis Mukhtar said the incident occurred at about 10.53pm on Sunday (March 3) after the victims allegedly trespassed onto the tracks.

"The victims are aged between 30 and 40 and all died at the scene. Their bodies were not trapped on the tracks. The impact of the collision threw their bodies to the side of the tracks," he said in a statement on Monday (March 4).

He added that the bodies of the three were were recovered at about 12.15am and have been handed over to the police for further action,"

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