Sunday's landslides, floods at Tanah Rata due to 'abnormal rainfall'


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 28 Dec 2016

The damage caused by the landslide at The Sharples

CAMERON HIGHLANDS: The landslides and flash floods in several areas here on Sunday were not caused by land encroachment activities.

Cameron Highlands district police chief DSP Hasadid A. Hamid said they were due to abnormal rainfall, causing soil movements at the hill slopes.

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