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Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 8:19:00 PM
Monday April 28, 2014 MYT 8:25:24 PM
by tan yi liang
One of the submerged cars at Jalan Chan Sow Lin – Pic by Star Radio Traffic
PETALING JAYA: Two cars were submerged at the Jalan Chan Sow Lin tunnel on Monday evening due flash floods, Star Radio Traffic tweeted.
Star Radio Traffic had tweeted the alert along with a photograph of one of the submerged cars.
The Royal Malaysian Police’s traffic service, @PDRMsia_Trafik, also shared the same photo at 6.57pm.
Heavy rain Monday evening resulted in traffic jams in the Klang Valley with floods also reported at the Segambut roundabout on Jalan Kuching and at the Billion roundabout, near Leisure Mall, Cheras.
Netizens also took to twitter to warn off flooding.
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