Floods recede in Tuaran and Kota Belud


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  • Wednesday, 19 Jul 2017

Several villages in Kota Belud were still affected by floods on July 19, 2017.

KOTA KINABALU: Floods receded in Tuaran and Kota Belud as rains eased on Wednesday.

Sabah Civil Defence Department director Kol Mulliadi AlHamdi said four low-lying villages along Sungai Kadamaian in Kota Belud were still cut off as roads leading there remain inundated with water.

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