Sabah quake: No more big one but aftershocks to continue, says geologist


By M KUMAR

Search and Rescue personnel discussing rescue operations at the foot of Mount Kinabalu.

PETALING JAYA: A geologist believes that Sabah will not be hit again with an earthquake the magnitude of Friday's 5.9 on the Richter scale.

"The worse is behind us and the aftershocks in Sabah are expected to die down in the next few days," said  University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Prof Dr Felix Tongkul.

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