Flood scare for families in Belantik | New Straits Times

SIK: A family in a remote area of Belantik, near here had a scare when their home was struck by raging floodwaters which brought down half their house yesterday evening.

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25/10/2021 9:10:00 AM

NSTnation “I could only cry helplessly as the fierce floodwaters swept away our clothes, furniture, beds, electrical appliances and kitchenware.' Belantik FlashFlood Floodwaters

SIK: A family in a remote area of Belantik , near here had a scare when their home was struck by raging floodwaters which brought down half their house yesterday evening.

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