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Toxic fumes from Pulau Burung landfill fire leads to evacuation of villagers

By Audrey Dermawan 5 hours ago
NIBONG TEBAL: About 400 people from 86 families in Ladang Byram and Kampung Kebun Baru here were ordered to evacuate following air pollution brought about by a fire at the Pulau Burung landfill on Wednesday.
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