Penang Hill furnicular train breaks down, 150 stranded


GEORGE TOWN: Some 150 tourist, including senior citizens, were stranded on Penang Hill after the funicular train service broke down late on Saturday evening (Dec 21).

According to a Penang Fire and Rescue Deparment spokesperson, the train broke down near the Middle Station of the popular tourist attraction due to suspected power failure.

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