Lives of Two Malay Near Kuala Lumpur in Plane Crash Claims

The two people on board were killed when a Singapore-owned light plane crashed on February 13 close to Kapar area, west of Kuala Lumpur.
Captain Daniel Yee, 30, and customer Roshaan Singh Raina, 42, were named as the victims.
At 8:05 p.m., Selangor police chief Hussein Omar Khan confirmed that their body had been found in the aircraft, noting that the crash’s influence had buried the debris 2 feet heavy.
The body may be examined and identified after death at Klang Hospital.
Within a 50-meter diameter of the crash site, dirt from the plane was dispersed. The recovery work came to an end with the search function, which involved between 130 and 150 personnel from numerous agencies.
The investigation into the event will be directed by the Air Accident Investigation Bureau, which is a part of Malaysia’s Transport Ministry.
The two-seater Blackshape Gabriel BK 160 aircraft, operated by the Air Adventure Flying Club, left Subang Airport in Kuala Lumpur at 1:28 p.m., according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia ( CAAM ).
At 1:35 p.m., the Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Center next received a grief visit.
Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the accident in an effort to find solutions to the untimely deaths of the two Malaysians as a result of this tragic event. Plane Crash Claims Lives of Two Internationals Near Kuala Lumpur BY: eTurboNews |tTN