A screenshot of the incident.
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are still in the midst of detecting more witnesses to Thursday's incident, with a RapidKL bus damaging seven vehicles in AU2 Keramat and Jalan Ampang.
Selangor Traffic Investigation and Chief Enforcement Supt Azman Shari said they need the testimony of the witnesses to complete the investigation.
"We are still trying to track down a number of people so that their statements can be recorded to complete the investigation and we will also include a statement from the bus driver," he added.
Meanwhile, Dang Wangi District Police Surgeon, ACP Shaharudin Abdullah, said the police would speed up research into the urine of the forensic laboratory.
suspicious tests positive, he will be charged for involvement in drug-related violations, "he said.
The incident on Thursday saw the RapidKL bus plowing in seven vehicles while it drove with Datuk Keramat to the Middl e Ringweg 2.
A video of the incident went viral on social media.