King tides force hundreds of coastal villagers to flee homes


SUNGAI PETANI: The number of villagers evacuated from floods caused by unusual high or king tides in Kota Kuala Muda near here has risen to 769.

The victims who rose from 432 on Monday were moved to five relief centres by 4pm yesterday.

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