Residents: Safety barriers necessary to avoid future tragedies


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  • Saturday, 06 Oct 2018

Be careful here: Danger signs have been put up by Sepang Municipal Council at the site where six firemen and a teenager died near Taman Putra Perdana.

PUCHONG: It is not the first time that people have drowned in the Taman Putra Perdana mining pool, says a resident.

Housewife Muhlifah Suaidi claimed just before Ramadan this year, there were two cases but added the site was a favourite among anglers, who sometimes stayed there till late at night.

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