Over 100 villagers in Kota Marudu evacuated due to floods

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  • Saturday, 26 Jan 2019

Firemen going around flooded areas in Kota Marudu to help stranded villagers.- Photo by Sabah Fire Department

KOTA KINABALU: More than 100 villagers in Kota Marudu district, some 120km from here, were evacuated and placed in temporary shelters following floods due to continuous rain since Friday (Jan 25).

Sabah Fire and Rescue Department operations chief Khatizah Rahaban said the flood victims from 33 families were temporarily placed at four shelters – Kg Longob Hall, SK Tertipan, Mosolog Hall and Morion Hall.

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