A few pieces of Hospital Sultanah Aminah that were impacted by streak floods have been cordoned off.

As per Johor Health and Unity Committee executive Ling Tian Soon, a weighty storm that endured a couple of hours on Tuesday (Aug 2) prompted streak floods in a few pieces of the city, and the clinic was not saved.

“Facilities at the hospital’s outpatient department on the ground floor, including toilets, were flooded and the hospital has since cordoned off the area.

“A tidy up will be completed before people in general is permitted to utilize the offices once more.

“The clinic vehicle leave was additionally overwhelmed and a few vehicles that couldn’t leave in time slowed down and must be towed,” he said subsequent to visiting the emergency clinic with its chief Dr Mokhtar Pungut @ Ahmad.

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