Bomba rescues Briton with broken leg at Kanching waterfall


PETALING JAYA: Firemen were called in to rescue a 31-year-old expatriate from the United Kingdom who broke his right leg during a fall at the Kanching waterfall near Selayang.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Department director Norazam Khamis said the incident occurred at 10.22am on Saturday (Aug 13).

"Firemen reached the area at 10.39am but it took longer to reach the victim, Christopher Jonathan Strutt.

He said rescuers gave him first aid before transporting him to the Bomba control centre, he said.

"He arrived at the control centre at 12.50pm before he was sent to Hospital Selayang for treatment," Norazam added.

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