Log-jammed river disaster unfolding in Sarawak, Malaysia

Rainforest News: A major environmental disaster is unfolding in the state of Sarawak as kilometre after kilometre of logs and wood debris flow down the Rajang River. It was believed that heavy rain in the upper reaches of Balleh River – a tributary of the Rajang – had caused landslides at log ponds of a major timber camp and brought down the logs and wood debris. Kapit businessman Tay Hock Joo, who telephoned The Star in Sibu yesterday evening, said nobody in Kapit had ever seen such an occurrence before. He said......

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