Sabah floods: 102 evacuated in Beaufort

KOTA KINABALU: A total of 102 people from 36 families in Beaufort have been evacuated to the temporary relief centre at Dewan Selagon as of noon on Saturday (Sept 23).

According to the Sabah State Disaster Management Committee Secretariat, the centre houses a total of 15 men and 32 women, while the rest are 35 boys and 20 girls.

The relief centre had been open since 4pm on Friday (Sept 22) due to flash floods following continuous rain in the area.

"Monitoring and rescue operations are ongoing at the hotspot locations in the district due to continuous heavy rain," it said in a statement. - Bernama

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