‘High risk of major mudslide if heavy rains strike Mt. Kinabalu’


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  • Saturday, 27 Jun 2015

KOTA KINABALU: The upper reaches of the Kadamaian river are at high risk of triggering a major mudslide should heavy rains occur on the western side of Mount Kinabalu.

Geologist Prof Felix Tongkul who carried out an aerial survey of the mountain found that there were large amounts of debris, including rocks and uprooted trees forming natural dams that could give way during heavy rains there.

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