Landslide in Malaysia Claim Lives

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At least two people have been killed and dozens more are missing after a landslide hit a camping site in Malaysia.

According to fire authorities, the landslide took place around on Friday, just outside the hilly Genting Highlands.

Authorities say they are scrambling to rescue people who may be buried, stating that up to 100 people had been camped at a farm site on the side of a road.

Malaysia’s fire department revealed that at least 31 people had been rescued so far. But at least 51 people were still missing.

Written by: Helen Obih

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