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KOTA BARU: The Kuala Lumpur-Tumpat, Ekspres Wau service is on track despite the two coaches which derailed at Kampung Sungai Yu, Kuala Lipis, in Pahang, last Saturday.
A KTMB Corporate Communications Department spokesman said passengers can be assured that the train schedules will follow the time stated on their tickets.
"KTMB and the Public Land Transport Commission are monitoring the situation from every aspect to ensure services are not disrupted following the accident," he told Bernama when contacted here today.
In the 6.30 am accident on the day in question, two of the 14 Ekspres Wau coaches derailed during its journey between Kuala Lumpur and Tumpat.
Three passengers were seriously injured and eight sustained minor injuries. They are all reported to be recovering. -- BERNAMA