Residents undergo training and set up their flood emergency team


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  • Sunday, 29 Nov 2015

Be prepared: Nor Azam conducting a Disaster Risk Reduction workshop in Kampung Laloh.

KUALA KRAI: When people go through a devastating experience like a massive flood that leaves them trapped, frightened and hungry for days, sometimes, something positive emerges as a result.

Villagers in Kampung Laloh in Kuala Krai have come together and set up their own rescue team comprising 30 villagers.

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