Landslide: Two feared buried alive in Tambun resort

IPOH (Nov 10): Two people are feared to have been buried alive in a landslide which occurred at “a luxury all-villa resort in Tambun” here early today, reported the New Straits Times.

According to the news daily's report, the two are guests at The Banjaran Hotspring Resort and have been identified as Ooi Chee Wei, 39 and Lee Tze Jun, 32.

A Perak Fire and Rescue Department spokesman told Bernama they received information about the incident involving two victims, a male and female, who were staying at the luxury resort at 1.28am.

It is report stated that a search party found two pairs of sports shoes, believed to be owned by the victims, at the scene of the landslide.

"(The victims) are believed to be buried under debris.

"We have also called in the Special Tactical Operation and Rescue Team of Malaysia (Storm) to help locate the victims," said a department personnel.

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