Flash floods: 14 kindergarten children, five teachers saved in Johor Baru

25/9/2022 12:05:00 PM

Flash floods: 14 kindergarten children, five teachers saved in Johor Baru

Flash floods: 14 kindergarten children, five teachers saved in Johor Baru

JOHOR BARU, 25 Sept — Thanks to quick action by the Johor Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM), 14 children and five teachers from Tadika Umiku Sayang in Kampung Mohd Amin here...

for the latest news you need to know.Larkin Fire and Rescue Department commanding officer Nazarudin Yusof said a team was dispatched to Kampung Mohd Amin at around 9.According to the district disaster management committees, two flood relief centres each in Johor Baru, Pontian and Batu Pahat started operating on Sunday (Sept 25) morning.Mentri Besar Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi said the state bagged 77 gold, 52 silver and 43 bronze medals in the Games, which ran from Sept 16 until 24 in Kuala Lumpur.

Sunday, 25 Sep 2022 4:58 PM MYT JOHOR BARU, 25 Sept — Thanks to quick action by the Johor Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM), 14 children and five teachers from Tadika Umiku Sayang in Kampung Mohd Amin here were saved after the city was hit by flash floods this morning.Senior Fire Officer ll, Nazarudin Yusof said seven firemen from the Larkin fire station and a fire engine were promptly deployed to the location after the state Operations Centre received an emergency call at 9.“The children and five female teachers were trapped in the kindergarten.30am today.ALSO READ: Floods: Over 100 hotspots identified in Johor In Pontian, 54 victims from 15 families are seeking shelter at the Sekolah Agama Kayu Ara Pasong flood relief centre while a family of three from Kampung Sungai Mulih in Pekan Nanas have been sent to Pusat Kokurikulum Johor in Sungai Tempayan.“Upon arrival at the scene, the Operations Extraction Team (PKO) rescued and evacuated the trapped victims to a safer place which was a fast food restaurant located about 550 metres from the scene,” he said in a statement today.“We immediately transferred them to a safe area at a nearby fast-food restaurant.The operation ended at about 10.In 2016, Johor recorded 75 medals in total (19 gold, 25 silver, 31 bronze); in 2014, the state won 95 medals (23 gold, 32 silver, 40 bronze) while in 2013, 45 medals were recorded (12 gold, eight silver, 25 bronze).

45am.45am," he added.ALSO READ: Meanwhile in Johor Baru, 17 residents of Taman Dato Syed Mohd Idrus and Kampung Baru Gelang Pahat have moved to Dewanraya Gelang Patah.The flood water level had been knee-high.Ihsan Johor chief executive officer, Farah Faridah Baptist said her team went to the scene with equipment and transport vehicles to help rescue the trapped teachers and children aged between two and six years before being relocated transferred to the Larkin branch of the same kindergarten.In Johor Baru, areas such as Batu 10 in Skudai, Kampung Dato Sulaiman Menteri, Tabula Kemas in Skudai Kiri, Kampung Mohd Amin, Kampung Ubi, Kampung Tiram Duku, Kampung Peladang, Kampung Baru Muafakat, Kampung Pekajang and Kanpung Paya Mengkuang were flooded following a few hours of rain in the morning.” Meanwhile, the District Disaster Management Committee (JPBD) in a separate statement said that a total of 10 areas in the district were reported to be affected by the flash floods which were triggered by heavy rain that started at 6.Article type: free.30am and the high tide phenomenon.Article type: free.

Until noon today, the affected areas were Batu 10, Skudai; Kampung Dato Sulaiman Menteri; Tabika Kemas, Skudai Kiri; Kampung Mohd Amin; Kampung Ubi; Kampung Tiram Duku; Kampung Peladang; Kampung Baru Muafakat; Kampung Pekajang and Kampung Paya Mengkuang.However, JPBD said the flood waters at several locations had receded and they were monitoring the situation from time to time.In Kampung Mohd Amin, it was found that the flash flood caused several houses to be submerged in water up to the ankles and their compounds up to the knees, while the road in front of their houses was flooded to thigh-high.A temporary relief centre (PPS) was opened at the Seri Bengkal Religious School in Batu Pahat from 8am to accommodate 29 victims from 11 families from Kampung Seri Bengkal.Pontian and Muar districts were reportedly hit by storms, with the Johor Civil Defence Force (APM) observing that Kampung Sungai Naga, Api-Api; Air Baloi and Parit Haji Omar, Kayu Ara Pasong in Pontian were affected while in Muar, the affected areas were Kampung Parit Jamil and Sabah Awor.

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