Kampar trailer accident causes 40km congestion along NSE | New Straits Times

KAMPAR: An accident involving a trailer and a smaller lorry at Km302.4 of the North-South Expressway (NSE) near here is causing a 40km congestion.

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29/1/2022 10:44:00 AM

NSTnation An accident involving a trailer and a smaller lorry at Km302.4 of the North-South Expressway ( NSE ) near here is causing a 40km congestion. TrafficAlert kampar perak trafficjam

KAMPAR : An accident involving a trailer and a smaller lorry at Km302.4 of the North-South Expressway ( NSE ) near here is causing a 40km congestion.

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