Sandakan ‘river of death’ a threat to lives and livelihood


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  • Monday, 28 May 2018

Deadliest catch: Dead fish collected from the polluted Segaliud river.

KOTA KINABALU: It is a river of death, with hundreds of freshwater fish found floating along the Se­­galiud River in Batu Sapi, Sandakan.

They are believed to have died from waste pollutants discharged from factories and mills in the area.

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