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Is Puchong flooded?

Is Puchong flooded?

Parts of Puchong were in a gridlock after flash floods hit the area late Tuesday afternoon following a downpour. Vehicles were in a standstill on the section of the highway headed to Putrajaya in front of IOI Mall and the LRT Pusat Bandar Puchong station due to the floods.

Which part of Puchong is flooded?

The affected areas were Kampung Tengah in Puchong, Kampung Baru Seri Kembangan, Taman Kinrara 1, Taman Kinrara 4 and Puncak Jalil 8 in Seri Kembangan. The Pantas squad was deployed to those areas to investigate and render assistance.

What caused the flood in Malaysia?

Heavy monsoonal and convectional rainfall, flat topography on both coasts, heavy siltation of rivers, and human activities have all contributed to high flood risk. Risk is increasing because flood characteristics are changing due to rapid urbanization of catchments.

What is considered a flash flood?

Flash flood: A flood caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time, generally less than 6 hours. Flash floods are usually characterized by raging torrents after heavy rains that rip through river beds, urban streets, or mountain canyons sweeping everything before them.

Is IOI City Mall flooded?

One of the worst natural disasters that has happened this year, was two days ago (18th December 2021). The flash flood that has hit most part of Selangor has not only affected housing areas, but even commercial areas. One of the commercial areas that were reported to be affected by the flood was IOI Mall in Puchong.

Is IOI flooded?

What caused Malaysia flood 2021?

On 16 December 2021, a tropical depression made landfall on the eastern coast of Peninsular Malaysia, bringing torrential downpours throughout the peninsula for three days. The resulting floods affected eight states across the peninsula, and left at least 54 dead and 2 missing.

When was the last flood in Malaysia?

KUALA LUMPUR – Flash floods hit Malaysia’s Klang Valley, encompassing the capital Kuala Lumpur and areas in surrounding Selangor state, on Monday (March 7), just three months after deadly flooding claimed dozens of lives around the country.

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