Selangor Journal
A KTM Komuter train. — Picture via WIKIPEDIA

Collapsed crane: All Komuter, ETS services restored

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 14 — All Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) Komuter train services in the Klang Valley for the Tanjung Malim-KL Sentral-Tanjung Malim line and electric train services (ETS) that were affected by a collapsed construction crane between Rawang and Kuang on December 12 have been restored.

KTMB said the first Komuter train, number 2301, began operations as early as 5.05am from the Tanjung Malim station to KL Sentral.

“KTMB wishes to apologise once again for the incident. We thank our affected passengers for their cooperation and appreciate your observations and understanding,” it said in a statement today.

For more information, contact the KTM Bhd Call Centre at 03-22671200 or get immediate feedback through the KTMB Facebook Messenger.

On Tuesday, a crane used for the construction of a multi-level car park project collapsed at 5.33 pm at Kilometre 355.749 of the train tracks between Rawang and Kuang stations, severing the overhead line.

— Bernama

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