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Search operation resumes at Elmina crash site

The search for possible remains will will focus on the 'sweeping' process at the scene.

Bernama
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A view of the wreckage of a crashed plane in Elmina, Shah Alam, Aug 17. Photo: Reuters
A view of the wreckage of a crashed plane in Elmina, Shah Alam, Aug 17. Photo: Reuters

The search operation for the possible remains of plane crash victims at the Guthrie Highway near Bandar Elmina in Shah Alam resumed at 9am today.

Shah Alam district police chief Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim, when contacted, said the operation would focus on the "sweeping" process at the scene.

He said a press conference to explain today’s operation is expected to be held at 9.30am, either by Inspector-General of Police Razarudin Husain or Selangor police chief Hussein Omar Khan.

A total of 10 people were killed in yesterday’s crash.

Eight of the victims comprised the six passengers and two crew aboard the light aircraft, while the other two were a motorcyclist and a car driver who happened to be passing by the crash site.

The plane was on its way from Langkawi to Subang and had been cleared to land at 2.48pm.

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