Two cars damaged in road cave-in near Taman Midah


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  • Saturday, 15 Jul 2017

The road collapse is believed to be caused by soil movement due to underground water flow.

KUALA LUMPUR: Two cars were damaged after a road caved in at a parking lot near the Taman Midah flats in Cheras early Saturday.

Kuala Lumpur Fire Operation Centre Head Zamani Ismail said in a statement they received a call informing them of the incident at 6.46am.

Seven firefighters, along with one fire engine from the Tun Razak fire station, were sent to the location to provide help.

"When firefighters arrived at the location at 7.02am, they found that the road had collapsed but no casualties were reported.

"Only two cars had fallen into the drain as a result of the incident," he added.

The road collapse is believed to be caused by soil movement due to underground water flow. The bomba also sought help from Kuala Lumpur City Hall for further action.

 

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