Flood situation in T'gganu improves, with number of victim decreasesNORHASPIDA YATIM
23 Dec 2022 12:10pm
Firemen aiding the evacuation of victims in Kampung Cerang Meliling in Besut, Terengganu during the floods that hit the state on Sunday. - Photo by Firemen.
There were 181 temporary evacuation centres (PPS) still active in the state, and 6,844 families who were affected by floods were housed in these PPS.
The State Disaster Management Committee (JPBN) Secretariat stated that as of 8 a.m., there were only three districts that showed an increase in the number of flood victims, namely Kuala Terengganu (2,503), Kuala Nerus (3,561), and Dungun (5,201).
Kemaman (5,439), Besut (4,309), and Hulu Terengganu (3,567) were the three districts with the lowest number of flood victims. These districts recorded high number of victims previously.
Other districts, Setiu and Marang recorded no changes, with 1,118 and 197 victims, respectively.
The statement said the weather forecast showed improvements throughout Terengganu; however, some areas were still experiencing rainfall.
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