Many reach out to help rescue workers

  • Nation
  • Monday, 01 Jul 2019

PASIR GUDANG: The chemical pollution here has drawn out the best in people, with many coming forward to offer help and provide items such as drinks, food, masks and goodie bags.

Yesterday, the Melaka state government provided over 1,000 masks and goodie bags to rescue personnel involved in the operation.

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