PETALING JAYA: A light aircraft has reportedly crashed in Elmina, Shah Alam in Selangor around 3pm.
A video posted by Twitter user @qamahl captured the site of the crash, with thick plumes of black smoke billowing into the sky and debris strewn across a highway.
When contacted, the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia said it will issue a statement.
According to China Press, the small aircraft suddenly plummeted to the ground and exploded upon impact. Debris from the plane is said to have struck a motorcycle.
Two people have reportedly died.
Fire and rescue department personnel are currently at the scene.
According to Bernama, Shah Alam police chief Iqbal Ibrahim confirmed the incident and said he was heading to the crash site.
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