LPG FEAR IN KELANA JAYA

New Straits Times - - News -

RES­I­DENTS in Kelana Jaya, Se­lan­gor, are wor­ried about their safety when Liq­ue­fied Pe­tro­leum Gas (LPG) tankers stop by the pedes­trian cross­ing in Jalan SS 7/26 to re­fill a fill­ing sta­tion.

The sta­tion is lo­cated amid com­mer­cial and res­i­den­tial build­ings, such as Par­a­digm Mall, Puteri Con­do­minium, Kelana Jaya Medical Cen­tre and other com­mer­cial premises.

Pedestrians have to walk pass the LPG sta­tion to use the pedes­trian bridge and they worry about their safety while the road tanker is re­fill­ing at the sta­tion. Ah­mad said the sta­tion should be re­lo­cated elsewhere.

“Imag­ine the worst-case sce­nario. It would be a catas­tro­phe in the mid­dle of town,” he said.

The LPG re­fill sta­tion in Kelana Jaya.

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