Two pythons were spotted emerging from drains due to the heavy rain that caused a massive flash flood in Kuala Lumpur yesterday (10 September).
A video on Facebook shows one of the pythons slithering along the street just outside Surau Al-Falah Danau Kota as passers-by cautiously watch on.
Another python was spotted near Setapak Central mall as witnesses stand around in the rain, unsure of what to do.
Ular sawa keluar dari longkang di jalan berhampiran Festival City Mall, Setapak.
Hujan lebat di Kuala Lumpur menyebabkan banjir kilat di beberapa kawasan.
Video: Awam pic.twitter.com/ZjdeHUoxkS
— BERNAMA TV 🇲🇾 (@BernamaTV) September 10, 2020
The constant downpour throughout the afternoon and evening of 10 September left some damage with individuals being stranded from their vehicles that were submerged amidst the rising waters while some homes were flooded up to two-feet high.
Malaysians were demanding for an explanation from the government on what caused the sudden flash flood. The Federal Territory Ministry said that they will be investigating the real cause of the flash flood which was deemed to be relatively rapid.
Federal Territories Minister, Tan Sri Annuar Musa told Astro Awani that he will be seeking clarification from the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the Department of Water and Drainage (DID) as soon as possible.
Not only that, but the operation room in Jalan Pekeliling was also instructed to open so that affected areas can be observed to help people suffering from the floods.
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