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Two survives mangled car on Malaysian highway

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Posted by 好料video on Sunday, 28 January 2018

Two individuals are said to have survived an accident in which the car is unrecognisable.

The car can be seen in the video completely mangled but an occupant appears with blood on the shirt.

The accident is said to have occurred on the KL-Bentong highway at the km42.

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Most of the Facebook postings of the incident carried the following texts:

“I can’t see any car. I can’t see it. It’s a lot better than a car. Two people in the car are all right.”

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