New wave raises many questions

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  • Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019

Checked: The DoE has completed its investigations on four of the 30 chemical factories that were shortlisted by authorities over the Pasir Gudang incident. — Bernama

IT was a mere three months ago when the industrial town of Pasir Gudang was hit by several waves of chemical pollution, resulting in almost 4,000 people seeking medical treatment for breathing and respiratory illness.

Now, since last Thursday, a new wave has started, resulting in over 100 children and some adults collapsing.

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