Indonesian worker may be buried alive after building collapsed

Indonesian worker may be buried alive after building collapsed

Indonesian worker may be buried alive after building collapsedReported by Bernama, a Malaysian and six foreign workers trapped when a three-story structure at a resort under construction collapsed early today on Pulau Perhentian, offshore Terengganu. Four of the workers managed to escape the debris, two saved, and one is still missing.

The Malaysian and three Rohingya workers were able to emerge from the rubble shortly after the incident, which occurred at approximately 5 p.m. on the island, which is 30 minutes away by ferry, according to Besut District Police Chief Supt Abdul Rozak Muhammad.

He said that two Indonesian workers saved and that another search and rescue effort launched in search of the other worker, who was also Indonesian.

Leong, identified by Abdul Rozak as the Malaysian, Mohd Eunuh Hamid Husson, Shamsul Alam Abdul Sukur, and Mohd Rafiq as the Rohingya, and Jamil, 33, and Ramli, 48, as the rescued Indonesians.

He indicated Suparno, an Indonesian in his 40s, is the missing person.

At a resort on Perhentian Island, a search and rescue (SAR) operation is currently in progress to locate casualties who may still buried beneath the debris of a structure.


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Also, four workers from Myanmar thought buried in the debris of a structure that is still under construction as a result of the event on Thursday morning.

According to Muhammad Basri Kamarazaman, Assistant Director of Operations and Rescue Division of the Terengganu Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM), four more people injured in the event.

He claims that around 7:34 a.m., the public called the fire department to report the occurrence.

“Following that, officers and members of the Besut Fire and Rescue Station rushed to the scene,” he said.

He continued by saying that the wounded person immediately taken to the medical facility on Perhentian Island for care.

“JBPM has requested the assistance of a K9 tracking dog unit as well as an air unit to be moved to the location involved to remove the victim,” he said.

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