Terrified pupils fled as strong winds ripped apart school roof in Melaka

SJK (C) Malim headmistress Ho Siew Ling (in blue) briefing Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Sulaiman Md Ali in the aftermath of the freak storm which injured several schoolchildren and caused extensive damage.

MELAKA: Terrified pupils of SJK (C) Malim here fled from their classrooms crying after a freak tornado-like storm hit their school on Tuesday (Aug 11).

The school’s headmistress Ho Siew Ling said the pupils were gripped by fear when a strong gust of wind ripped apart the rooftop of the school accompanied by a thunderous sound.

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