Floods keep teachers away but classes go on

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The road leading to the primary school is flooded following to nonstop rains since Monday night.

BEKENU: Two teachers and another staff member were left stranded after floods cut off the road leading to Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Sungai Tangap here but classes went on as usual on Tuesday (Jan 25).

The flooding was caused by heavy rain since Monday night but according to Miri Fire and Rescue department (Bomba) zone six chief Supt Law Poh Kiong there was no necessity to evacuate the 44 pupils of the school.

The situation is under control, he said.

The stranded trio were meanwhile directed to report to the nearest school.

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