Telipok traders hit by flash floods again


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  • Tuesday, 30 May 2006

KOTA KINABALU: Traders and residents of Telipok are experiencing flood woes again, barely 10 months after recovering from a flood that wiped out their businesses and homes.  

Thousands of ringgit worth of goods and property were destroyed in the flash flood that hit the semi-urban Telipok area in the city suburbs at around 7pm on Sunday. Yesterday, the people started cleaning up and assessing the flood damage.  

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