Malaysia – Heavy rains cause severe flooding, landslides in Sabah – FloodList
Severe flooding swept through parts of Malaysia’s Sabah state after heavy rains on September 15. The rain was also said to have caused a landslide in which 3 people died.
Videos shared on social media showed streets in the state capital, Kota Kinabalu, under floodwater more than 1.5 meters deep. The districts of Penampang and Putatan were also affected. The Sabah Disaster Management Committee Secretariat opened 3 evacuation relief centers. By the end of September 15, 68 people from 27 families were displaced.
Meanwhile, heavy rains are believed to have caused a landslide in Penampang district that destroyed at least 1 building. A mother and 2 young children tragically lost their lives in the incident. Three other victims including two children survived.
Severe flooding reportedly occurred in Kampung Baru Luyang, @KKCity is shown in this viral video by the public as a thunderstorm hit many parts of @SabahInfoof the west coast today. pic.twitter.com/e22RNLhZvS
– Daily Express Sabah (@DailyExpress_MY) September 15, 2021
Lokasi: Jalan Tambunan pic.twitter.com/UNaAphqrta
– ꀸꀎꀸꀎ꓄ 🦄🏴 (@SumandakSabah_) September 15, 2021
– San🌞 (@ san8892) September 15, 2021