Flood woes continue in Sabah

  • Nation Premium
  • Saturday, 11 Oct 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Flooding, landslips and evacuations across west coast Sabah continue as heavy rains triggered by the tail effects of Typhoon Vongfong over the last one week create havoc.

Residents remained alert bracing themselves for rising waters. Some were evacuated early yesterday as heavy rains coupled with 40kph winds knocked down power and communication lines, uprooted trees and blew away rooftops in many areas.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Environment , sabah , typhoon , vongfong


Next In Nation

Covid-19: New cluster involving teachers college detected in Sabah Premium
Fuel prices Dec 9-15: RON97 drops three sen; RON95, diesel unchanged Premium
Sarawak Polls: Upcoming ruling won't affect my candidacy, says PSB’s Wong Premium
Sarawak polls: SUPP urges EC to clean up electoral roll, claims many deceased are registered voters Premium
Najib appears like an ‘innocent man’ before case gets to Federal Court, says Dr M Premium
Cops discover over 12kg of drugs hidden in storeroom Premium
Negri Pakatan to honour two-term MB tenure despite not securing two-thirds majority Premium
Decision to withdraw liquor licence directive for coffee shops a great relief, says Lee Lam Thye Premium
Parti Sarawak Bersatu candidate says voters need new ideas to bring development to state Premium
Indonesia expected to send 5,000 to 10,000 workers to help address labour shortages, says Saravanan Premium

Others Also Read