Firemen facing a hard time in putting out fire at Gunung Tempurung


IPOH: Perak Fire and Rescue department had a hard time putting out a fire at Gunung Tempurung near Sungai Siput Selatan new village in Kampar.

Department's Zone 1 chief Ruhisha Haris said they had difficulties accessing the limestone mountain, as the slopes were between 80 and 90 degrees steep.

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