After a few hours of heavy downpour in Kuala Lumpur today (10 September), a few places have suffered flash floods. The most shocking rise of water level occurred in Masjid Jamek. Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS also shared some pictures from the scene.
This tweet along with several others was uploaded a few hours after the heavy rain in KL showing the flash flood situation around KL.
The mixed feelings I get working in the heart of KL. This was where I had my lunch. Arguably one of the best Chapati spots. Nescafe ice got lunch. Teh tarik for flood. pic.twitter.com/zpPtjtaW1G
— Shafiq Kassim 🇲🇾 (@shafkass) September 10, 2020
“Masjid Jamek KL turned into an island”
A lot of vehicles and shops around KL have been severely affected by the flash flood. A number of motorcycles can be seen submerged due to the sudden rise in water level.
The authorities are trying to handle the situation as we speak.
Stay tuned for more updates and stay safe! What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments.
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