Sg Kim Kim residents on edge


PASIR GUDANG: A foul smell which permeated the air at Sungai Kim Kim here has sparked fears among residents of a repeat of the pollution incident that broke out two years ago.Housewife Noraini Mahmood, 42, who lives near the river, said that while the pollution found in the river this time was not from toxic waste like what had happened March 2019, she is still worried about its impact to the health of people living in the area.

“This is not the first time we smelt something strange from the river, but this time it is very concerning as we also saw the water turn black.

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