Best to give limestone hills a wide berth


IN the wake of yet another fatal incident at a tourist destination near limestone hills in Ipoh, “Rockfall kills tour guide at popular tourist attraction in Ipoh” (The Star, April 9), I feel compelled to raise my concerns about the safety of such locations.

If I am not mistaken, there have been dozens of incidents at or near limestone hills to date with many of them resulting in fatalities.

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