Stranded Malaysians walk across the Causeway


Making it on foot: Malaysian factory workers working in Singapore walking across the Causeway.

JOHOR BARU: Hundreds of Malay­sians stranded by the blockade took to crossing the slightly over 1km Causeway on foot after waiting for buses that never came.

Many of the commuters, who included schoolchildren, their family members and factory workers, were not even aware of the blockade which forced traffic to a standstill. Some even decided to turn back and skip work for the day.

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