Land clearing continues as flood fears grip town

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 09 Nov 2014

CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Even as police searched for those washed away by Wednesday’s floods, it was business as usual – as far as land clearing was concerned.

On Friday, opposite the Kea Farm market, heavy machinery was flattening a large patch of land while tourists shopped nearby. Work only seemed to stop the following day, likely due to the rain which fell throughout the day.

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