Floods: Selangor worst hit state, at least 10 still missing in Pahang


KUALA LUMPUR: Ten people have been reported missing after having believed to have been swept away by floods in Pahang, with eight of them resulting from two water surge incidents in Bentong.

Pahang Fire and Rescue Department deputy operations director Ismail Abdul Ghani said three people, including a six-year old child, were reported missing in an incident at a chalet Sunday (Dec 19) night, while five others went missing in an incident in Telemong.

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