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Kupang flood victim shares horrifying experience, fleeing for his life

By Norazura Abdul Rahman 6 hours ago
BALING: "The water rose by more than a metre so fast, both of my parents and I along with our neighbours were forced to climb up the hill behind the house to save ourselves," said Adam Mokhtar, 20, one of the villagers in Kampung Iboi, Kupang here.
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