SJKC Tukau Miri students evacuated due to rising floods

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  • Monday, 05 Feb 2018

Miri firemen helping to carry SJKC Tukau students in Miri who are being evacuated due to rising floods. Bomba pic

MIRI: Rescue personnel from the Miri Fire and Rescue Department have evacuated hundreds of students in SJKC Tukau in Miri due to safety worries over rising floods.

Department chief Supt Law Poh Kiong said rescue personnel are helping to carry students out from the flooded compounds of the school on Monday (Feb 5).

The students were told by the school authorities to get out of their classes as flood waters were entering the buildings.

Supt Law said firemen are carried students out to the main road leading to the school where their parents were waiting.

Floods are being reported in many districts throughout the state as it has been raining non-stop over the past 24 hours.

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