Kuala Lumpur LRT train collision: Investigations show one driver drove in wrong direction
The probe into the head-on collision between two trains in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur has found one driver is probably to blame. Preliminary investigations showed he was driving his train in the wrong direction. The crash has left more than 200 people injured, including six in critical condition. It's the first major metro accident on the subway system after 23 years in operation. Partial service on the Kelana Jaya line -- the country's busiest before COVID-19 -- has resumed.
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