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GE14: Fire Breaks Out at Subang Perdana Polling Station

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Ge14: Fire Outbreak At Sk Jalan U3, Subang Perdana Polling Station - World Of Buzz 3
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Of all the mishaps that could have taken place on Polling Day, no one expected a fire outbreak to be one of them!

At approximately 12.30pm, a fire broke out at the SK Jalan u3, Subang Perdana polling station, resulting in the closure of one of the polling streams.

Ge14: Fire Outbreak At Sk Jalan U3, Subang Perdana Polling Station - World Of Buzz 1

Source: astro awani

According to a report by Sinar Harian, it is believed that the cause of the fire was a short circuit in the school’s wiring. Thankfully, no one was harmed and the situation was brought under control with the fire quickly extinguished.

An eyewitness on the scene of the fire reportedly heard an explosion before the fire broke out.

Ge14: Fire Outbreak At Sk Jalan U3, Subang Perdana Polling Station - World Of Buzz

Source: astro awani

This however, has not deterred the operations of the polling stream. Temporary lights have been brought in for voters in polling stream one so as not to slow down the traffic of voters. Even in darkness Malaysians push forward to cast their ballots!

Other Malaysians on the scene were calm in light of the outbreak and all polling stream operations are carrying on as usual. Firemen and rescuers remain on the scene as an extra precaution to ensure the safety of the school and voters.

Kudos to our Malaysian bomba for such swift action! Remember to stay vigilant and stay safe while you’re casting your votes today guys! Also, don’t forget to stay hydrated while waiting to avoid from any medical mishaps from happening like this!

Also read: 2 Malaysians Died While Waiting in Line to Vote For GE14

2 Pronounced Dead After Collapsing While Waiting In Line To Vote - World Of Buzz 3


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