We followed SOP, says Fire Dept


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  • Friday, 05 Oct 2018

Reports by WANI MUTHIAH ,SARBAN SINGH, SIRA HABIBU, ALLISON LAI, STEPHANIE LEE , ANDY CHUA, NIK NAIZI HUSIN and JUSTIN ZACK 

SHAH ALAM: The operation to rescue the teenager who had fallen into a mining pool in Puchong that resulted in six firemen losing their lives did not breach any of the Fire and Rescue Department’s standard operating procedure, says its director-general Mohammad Hamdan Wahid.

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