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Elmina Interchange, Guthrie Corridor Expressway reopen to highway users

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 18): The exit and entrance to the Elmina Interchange on both bounds from the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), which were closed following the aircraft crash a day earlier, have been reopened to highway users since 3.40pm on Friday (Aug 18).
Prolintas Group of Companies in a statement said the reopened routes involve the entrance ramp from Shah Alam to Elmina West, and the entrance ramp to Elmina East from Rawang, along with the exit ramp to Shah Alam.
“One of the two lanes of the road from Elmina West to Rawang is still closed for the authorities to carry on with investigations at the scene of the incident. Nevertheless, users can still access the highway.
“The GCE operations team has been to the incident location to observe the damage, and is currently carrying out immediate road repairs,” the statement said.
Prolintas noted that street cleaning had also been carried out by the Fire and Rescue Department team earlier.
A Beechcraft Model 390 (Premier 1) light business jet aircraft flying from Langkawi to the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang crashed at about 2.50pm on Thursday, killing the six passengers and two crew members on board, as well as a motorcyclist and a motorist on the ground.
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