Selangor Journal
In Pahang, Kampung Paya Panjang resident Izwan Hafizi, 30 (left) helping his parents Midah Daus, 72 (centre) and Ismail Salam, 71 (right) move their possessions to a safer location, amid the beginnings of a second wave of floods following the rising water leves at the Pahang River and Triang River after several days of consecutive rainfall. — Picture by BERNAMA.

Water level readings above danger mark in six states

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov  17 — Fifteen stations of the Department of Irrigation and Drainage (DID) recorded water level readings above the danger mark, in Sarawak, Pahang, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor.

This is based on data shared by the department via its official website as of 10.45 am today.

Selangor recorded the most stations, involving Sungai Semenyih in Pekan Bangi Lama, Hulu Langat; Sungai Binjai in Pekan Meru, Klang; Sungai Klang in Taman Sri Muda, Klang; and Sungai Rasau in Taman Desa Kemuning. Klang.

 Others are Sungai Langat in Bukit Changgang, Kuala Langat; Sungai Labu in Kampung Salak Tinggi, Sepang; Sungai Langat in Dengkil, Sepang; and Sungai Langat in Jenderam Hilir, Sepang.

Other stations are in Sarawak are Long Jegan, Long Teru, and Marudi, in Miri; Pahang (Sungai Serting at Padang Gudang bridge, Bera); Johor (Sungai Lenik in Ladang Chaah, Segamat); Negeri Sembilan (Sungai Linggi in Pekan Linggi, Port Dickson), and Melaka (Sungai Melaka in Melaka Pindah, Alor Gajah).

The department, in a post on its Facebook page, advised the public to always remain vigilant to the current weather conditions 

 The latest on flood warnings and forecasts, as well as updates on river water levels, can be obtained at or Public infobanjir Twitter account.

— Bernama

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