Fear rains down with morning showers

Temporary shelter: Evacuees resting at the SJK(T) Emerald flood relief centre in Seksyen 25 Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam.

PETALING JAYA: Heavy rains that started early yesterday filled residents, still reeling from the recent floods that had plagued areas in Klang Valley, with a sense of dread.

The short respite that came from two days of sunny weather brought some hope. Yesterday’s rain, however, shattered the mood and fears of more floods took hold.

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