An express bus travelling from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur collided with a trailer carrying Singaporeans, injuring the driver and eight passengers.
The accident occurred on Thursday (June 1) along the North-South Expressway near the Malaysian town of Pagoh, Malaysian media reported.
Muar police chief ACP Azman Ayob said in a statement that the bus was carrying 24 passengers.
"Four of the injured were locals and the rest a Singaporean, a British national and a Pakistani, aged 29 to 37 years. All suffered non-life-threatening injuries," he said in a report by The Malay Mail Online on Friday (June 2).
The casualties were taken to the Sultanah Fatimah Specialist Centre.
The Straits Times understands that the Singaporean injured received outpatient treatment at the hospital and did not seek consular assistance.