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Car Plunges Into A River In Sarawak And Bomba Are Still Working to Retrieve It

today1 December 2020


According to Harian Metro, the Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department received a call at about 8.03pm. Nine firefighters lead by Operation Commander Stephen Plen were sent to the location to search for any victims.

“A witness of the incident saw the car stopping at the edge of the wharf before turning right and plunging into the river,” Plen said.

The car was found on the riverbed of Kemena River, about 150m away from the wharf where the incident…

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Written by: Lee Yong Jin

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