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Flood Hits Kanowit Road, Impassable To Small Vehicles


Bomba photo shows a section of the flooded Jalan Lukut Penyulau.

 


 October 4th, 2022  |  14:23 PM  |   275 views

KANOWIT

 

Continuous heavy rain last night has caused a flash flood at Jalan Lukut Penyulau.

 

The water level reached up to 0.6 metres high along certain stretches of the road.

 

Kanowit fire station chief Arrahman Chik said as such the road was impassable to smaller vehicles.

 

“We have dispatched a team to monitor the flood situation in the affected area.

 

“The river water is rising but the situation is still under control,” he said.

 

Arrahman advised residents around the area to stay vigilant.

 

He added the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) has not received reports of flooding in other areas of Kanowit so far.

 


 

Source:
courtesy of THE BORNEO POST

by CONNY BANJI

 

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