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After flash floods, Taman Sri Muda folk told to park on higher ground

After flash floods, Taman Sri Muda folk told to park on higher ground

People living in Taman Sri Muda, which was devastated by flooding in December of last year, were advised to park their cars on higher ground following flash floods swept through the area earlier in the evening.

In a post on Facebook in a post on Facebook, Shah Alam City Council said that the Pasar Moden Seri Muda's up-lifted car park was accessible to all visitors,said by online casino game malaysia.

In the meantime, Bernama reported Shah Alam police chief Iqbal Ibrahim declaring that the authorities had received reports of water levels rising in several areas that surround Taman Sri Muda.

However, the situation is now under control. Residents within Taman Sri Muda are advised to park their vehicles on higher ground. Taman Sri Muda area are advised to park their cars on the higher levels, he said. Selangor department of fire and rescue Director Norazam Khamis said they were not anticipating flooding around Taman Sri Muda, Kota Kemuning and Sections 17 through 24.

However, three bases for forwards located situated in Taman Sri Muda and two posts in Batu 14 and Sungai Serai, Hulu Langat, have been opened to prepare for flooding. Taman Sri Muda was one of the areas severely affected by floods of last year, with numerous deaths reported.

Prior to that, various areas in Shah Alam were hit by flash floods. These included Section 17, Section 24 Section 32 Section 36 Bukit Naga Alam Impian and Bukit Jelutong. Social media users took to the internet to share pictures and videos of rising water levels and some even reported that floodwaters have gotten into their homes.