Woman burnt to death in horrific crash

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LIMBANG: A woman was burnt to death when the car she was travelling in burst into flames in a crash at Jalan Nanga Medamit on this morning.

According to the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba), the victim was driving a Proton Saga car.

Firefighters from the Limbang station rushed to the scene after receiving a call at 9am regarding an accident involving two vehicles, one of which was a four-wheel drive (4WD).

Upon their arrival at the scene, they found that one of the vehicles was engulfed in flames.

They immediately put out the fire and found the body of the woman inside.

The body was handed over to the police for further action. Meanwhile, the driver of the 4WD sustained injuries.

The operation ended at 9.44am.

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