It was reported that more than 200 people were injured as a result of a head-on collision between two subways underground in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Two subways collided head-on in an underground tunnel near Petronas Towers. It was reported that more than 200 people were injured with the impact of the collision, according to preliminary findings.
Police Chief Mohamad Zainal Abdullah said in a statement. kazanStating that the crash occurred at around 20.45:213 local time, he stated that an empty subway after being repaired collided head-on with another subway that was on the same line and had XNUMX passengers in it. Abdullah, kazanExpressing that the accident occurred in the underground tunnel, about 100 meters from the KLCC station outside the Petronas Towers, 47 people were seriously injured and 166 people were slightly injured in the accident.
The authorities stated that an investigation has been launched about the incident, kazanHe stated that it was suspected that the cause of the attack may have occurred as a result of miscommunication in the operations control center.
Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong said in a statement. kazanExpressing that it was the first major accident in the 23-year operation of the metro system of the metro system, he promised that a comprehensive investigation would be carried out.