Thick cloud hampers mission to rescue injured Japanese tourist in Mount Mulu

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  • Monday, 17 Dec 2018

MIRI: A rescue mission to help a Japanese tourist who injured himself while climbing Mount Mulu in Sarawak was hampered by thick cloud.

The Sarawak Bomba aerial rescue mission had to be aborted at 3.30pm Monday (Dec 17) due to poor visibility.

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