Taxi driver killed in crash near KLIA2

PUTRAJAYA: A taxi driver was killed after being thrown about 10m from the vehicle he was driving at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) 2 exit early Sunday (May 1) morning.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Department director Norazam Khamis said the state Fire and Rescue Department’s operations centre received a call at 6.14am about an accident at the KLIA2 exit involving two vehicles.

He said firefighters arrived at the scene at 6.24am before the rescue operations ended at 6.50am.

“An accident involving two vehicles caused the 38-year-old taxi driver to be flung out of his vehicle as his vehicle skidded off the road. He was confirmed dead at the scene by a Health Ministry medical officer.

“Another victim escaped uninjured,” he said in a statement here on Sunday.- Bernama