KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 (Bernama) -- The flood situation in Terengganu has
vastly improved with only Kuala Terengganu left to return to normal as of today
Flood relief centres in the three most badly hit districts of Hulu
Terengganu, Marang and Setiu have all closed down.
A spokesman of the National Security Council said only 117 people remained
sheltered at the Sekolah Kebangsaan Guntong flood relief centre in Kuala
Terengganu and would be allowed to return to their homes when floods receded in
He added the water levels at major rivers in the state had reverted to
normal and sunny weather had returned.
In KELANTAN, the situation also has improved with the number of evacuees
sheltered at relief centres dropping to 1,761 people this afternoon as compared
to 1,976 people in the morning.
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A flood operations room spokesman said only three districts were still
affected by floods, namely Kota Baharu, Pasir Mas and Tumpat.
"Eleven relief centres still remain open in the state. Nine in Pasir Mas and
one each in Kota Baharu and Tumpat," he said.
He said the water level at Sungai Golok in Rantau Panjang now stood at 10.17
metres (danger level 9 metres).
He added that six roads remained closed to light vehicles, four in Pasir Mas
and two in Tumpat.
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