KUALA LUMPUR, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Another victim of an explosion at an oil palm plantation in peninsular Malaysia's eastern Terengganu state has died on Wednesday, taking the death toll to four.
Hulu Terengganu District police chief said 25-year-old Mohd Razlan Mokhtar had succumbed to 90 percent burn injuries in hospital.
The explosion, believed to have been caused by a palm oil boiler on Tuesday had killed two Nepalese workers and a Malaysian supervisor.
Another victim, who was working in a roofed structure where the blast occurred, remained critically injured.
Police are still investigating the accident.