Floods in Kelantan worsen, more people evacuated

  • Nation
  • Monday, 02 Jan 2017

Resident wading through floodwaters in Rantau Panjang, Kelantan. - Filepic

KOTA BARU: The situation in flood-hit Kelantan worsened slightly early Monday, with the number of evacuees rising to 1,284 from 346 families as at 8am, compared to 1,213 from 329 families at 8pm Sunday.

The level of Sungai Golok at Rantau Panjang continued to rise, measuring 10.19 metres compared to 9.58 metres on Sunday night. Its danger level is nine metres.

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