DBKL to increase surveillance on flash floods in the city


A liquor shop in Lebuh Ampang had four chiller machines damaged by floodwaters that rose to almost waist high.

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will instal water level markers in flood-prone areas in the capital city soon.

Its Enforcement Department director Osman Ismail said the markers would indicate the depth of water in a particular area during floods.

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