PETALING JAYA: The excessive tide phenomenon at Port Klang stays below management for now, after the water reached its peak on Saturday (Nov 6) morning.
“The waters reached as much as 5.6m at its peak at about 6.30am, however receded about half an hour later,” stated Klang District Hearth and Rescue Division zone chief Hussin Ab Rahman.
“Thankfully, the waters additionally didn’t overflow into individuals’s houses however simply spilt over onto the roads.”
The Nationwide Hydrographic Centre in Port Klang forecasted excessive tide at 5.6m on Saturday at 6.40am, whereas the tide will attain 5.5m at 7.18am on Sunday (Nov 7).
Areas notably weak to the excessive tide phenomenon in Klang and Port Klang are Kampung Tok Muda, Kampung Sungai Pinang in Pulau Indah, Pandamaran, Taman Selat Damai, Kampung Sungai Serdang, Ban Sementa Bund, Sungai Keramat Bund, Kampung Perepat, North Port, Telok Gong and Pulau Ketam.
It was earlier reported that the related authorities tasked with rescue and aid works have been on alert and that every one tools wanted for aid work reminiscent of boats and life jackets have been on standby.