More evacuees return home as Sarawak floodwaters recede

KUCHING: More flood evacuees left relief centres for their homes Wednesday as the flood-hit areas of Sarawak enjoyed fine weather.

As at 11am, the number of evacuees dropped to 1,643 from 479 families at 10 centres compared to 2,366 from 668 families at 15 centres at 8am, said Sarawak Department of Civil Defence public relations officer Siti Huzaimah Ibrahim.

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