An aerial view exhibits a flooded George Town metropolis in Penang, Malaysia, Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. A northern Malaysian state has been paralyzed by a extreme storm that led to 2 deaths and a few 2,000 folks evacuated within the worst flooding in years, officers say. (Associated Press)
By Associated Press By Associated Press November 5 at 1:59 AM
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — A northern Malaysian state has been paralyzed by a extreme storm that led to 2 deaths and a few 2,000 folks evacuated within the worst flooding in years.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng says Penang, a preferred vacationer vacation spot and manufacturing hub, has been hit by torrential rains and powerful winds since late Saturday. Floodwaters have risen to 12 toes (three.6 meters), submerging homes in components of the island.
Army personnel have been deployed to badist in the rescue operation.
Lim says there’s no have to declare an emergency because the scenario is underneath management.
Prince Charles and his spouse Camilla are as a consequence of go to Penang on Tuesday.
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