Emergency response training saves Miri longhouse residents from fiery blaze

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  • Sunday, 21 Oct 2018

Swift reaction by longhouse folks of Rumah Selepin Bakong in interior northern Sarawak trained by Bomba to be voluntary emergency response team have saved 87 families from a fire this morning.- Bomba pic

MIRI: Swift action and emergency response training saved 87 families from being left homeless in a fire at a longhouse in interior northern Sarawak on Sunday (Oct 21). 

"The longhouse's ERT (emergency response team) acted swiftly and saved the longhouse," said Miri Fire Chief Supt Law Poh Kiong. 

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