Three in two vehicles injured in crash
By:Alverdtekoster Anyap

KUCHING: Three women were injured in an early morning collision today between a multipurpose vehicle (MPV) and a compact vehicle.

Report about the incident was received by the State Fire and Rescue Operations Centre (Bomba) at 7.13am, saying the occurrence was at a junction to Kampung Pasir Pandak.

A rescue team from Petra Jaya Bomba station was deployed to commence the operations which involved three victims who sustained injuries, said a Bomba statement

“The team arrived and found two damaged vehicles – the compact vehicle was found in a ditch and the MPV turned turtle off the road.

“The driver of the compact vehicle was trapped and needed assistance from Bomba to get her out.

“Meanwhile, the two women (driver and passenger) of the MPV got out safely with the help of the public but sustained minor injuries,” it said.

The trapped victim sustained multiple injuries to her face and body. The rescue team proceeded to extract the victim out of the vehicle using a stretcher.

All of the victims were treated by medical officials on the scene before being transported to nearby hospital.


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