Croc kills man crossing river in Kinabatangan

19/5/2022 4:01:00 PM

Croc kills man crossing river in Kinabatangan

Sabah & Sarawak, Kinabatangan

Croc kills man crossing river in Kinabatangan

KOTA KINABALU: A man was killed by a crocodile on Thursday (May 19) as he was crossing a river in Kinabatangan .

According to the Fire and Rescue Department, a distress call was received at 2.24pm alerting them of the incident at Ladang Lamag Sungai Pin Kinabatangan.Witnesses claimed the victim was dragged underwater by the crocodile when he was crossing the river on a wooden bridge where the water level had risen.

A search and rescue operation was mounted and the operation ended at 5.10pm after his remains were found.

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According to the Fire and Rescue Department, a distress call was received at 2.24pm alerting them of the incident at Ladang Lamag Sungai Pin Kinabatangan. The rampage through Kongsberg, 70 km west of the capital Oslo, lasted more than half an hour, as the attacker randomly targeted people in their homes, on the streets and in a store while narrowly missing others, prosecutors said. Witnesses claimed the victim was dragged underwater by the crocodile when he was crossing the river on a wooden bridge where the water level had risen. Vasquez played audio recordings of arguments between the couple and read aloud love notes that Heard had written to Depp after the alleged assaults. A search and rescue operation was mounted and the operation ended at 5. “I plead guilty to all the charges,” Braathen told the court.10pm after his remains were found. Reactions came in fast: 2.

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