Light Aircraft Heading to Subang Crashes in Shah Alam, Multiple Deaths Reported
It was been revealed that the plane that crashed in Shah Alam is a light aircraft that was heading to the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, from Langkawi.
It had taken off in Langkawi at 2:08pm and was scheduled to land in Subang at 2:49pm.
While reports online have suggested that multiple people were killed in the incident, including the motorcyclist that was hit by the crashing plane, according to New Straits Times, it is confirmed that 10 people have lost their lives. Among them is believe to be a state assemblyman from Pahang.
People who have witnessed the crash shared that the plane allegedly suddenly fell to the ground and exploded, to which the debris then hit the motorcyclist.
Horrific images of the burnt remains of the motorcyclist and their motorcycle in the wreckage of the crash can be seen online.
Police as well as fire and rescue personnel have since arrived on the scene to assist with and investigate the crash.
Our sincerest condolences to the families of the deceased.
A plane has allegedly crashed in the township, City of Elmina, in Shah Alam, Selangor.
Utusan TV took to their TikTok account to showcase a video of what looks like the aftermath of the crash.
In the 14-second video, the man recording can be heard saying that the plane had also hit a motorcyclist as it crashed.
Further information on this matter has yet to be revealed.
You can watch the videos here:
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