Bridges out, so teachers in Sabah's interior get helicopter ride to school

Arthur (4th from left) with several of the teachers.

KOTA KINABALU: A group of teachers in interior Nabawan district, who had to walk 18 hours to get to school because of disconnected roads, were taken on a helicopter ride to work on Sunday (May 8).

The eight teachers with SK Pangaraan were given the special treatment when Pensiangan MP Datuk Arthur Joseph Kurup rented two private helicopters to send them back to school before classes resume on Monday (May 9).

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