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Written by straits-mongrel   
Wednesday, 26 August 2009 03:52


Bus cemetery near Rawang. A fleet of retired RapidKL buses await shipment to the scrapyard. The busyard has stirred controversy from many quarters including Dr Mahathir who asked about their possible premature retirement. A statement in July 2008 from Scomi Engineering Bhd, which owns the buses, denied that the vehicles were abandoned at its Rawang plant. It claimed that the buses were undergoing refurbishment work.

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