Monday, November 23, 2009

Waterfall Can Kill

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Wow does the Waterfall beautiful?
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Did you see the raft or the Girl?
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There is more people are joining at the waterfall
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That 2 Person went into the back of the waterfall
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This is the the view of the downstream
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You can see the water are getting stronger and that 2 guys are still behind of the waterfall
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Picture are taken 30 second later, the water arrive too fast to react.
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This is the look of the downstream
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The water current is getting more stronger
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People are looking for 2 Guys hoping they are safe behind the Waterfall
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Now the water are stronger and more dangerous with sharp object in it like bamboo and stuff.
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This is the last picture taken before they go. Waterfall have been like this for this for 1 hour already and 2 person no where to found.
Below are the News about the 2 Guys!
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Below is another story about the cause of Waterfall

Three Utar students drown at waterfall, a fourth rescued

KAMPAR: A second tragedy has struck here, hardly a week after the Kuala Dipang bridge collapse took three young lives.
Three Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman undergraduates drowned after they were swept away by strong current at the Batu Berangkai waterfalls yesterday.


The dead have been identified as James Khor Wan Kai, 20; Yew Shy Gin, 19 and Yew Ghim Chnieh, 20.
A fourth student was rescued by a villager.
The four had gone to the picnic spot for a swim at about 5pm.
Three of them had gone into the water and the fourth student was about to follow them when a sudden gush of water caused him to tumble in.


A Kampar villager, who saw this, rushed over and pulled out the fourth student.
Perak executive councillor Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, who related the story to newsmen, said the survivor — 22-year-old second-year accountancy student — declined to speak to the press and did not want to be named.
He suffered cuts and bruises.
At about 9.40pm, nearby villagers found Khor’s body while Yew’s body was found at 11.10pm, one kilometre from where they went into the water.


Their bodies have been sent to the Kampar Hospital.
Businessman Syed Farudi Syed Samsuddin, who saw the three students being swept away by the strong current, said their hands and legs were bobbing in the water.


Syed Farudi, 41, from Mambang Diawan, said he could see that they were struggling.
“There was nothing I could do,” he said.


It happened so fast, he said, adding that it had been raining heavily before the incident occurred.
The Batu Berangkai picnic spot is 15km from where three pupils drowned after a suspension bridge collapsed over Sungai Kampar last Monday
Source: TheSTAR


After reading about the news feel so sad. So you guys and girls better don’t go to waterfall for a swim because we would not know on top of the mountain or waterfall it is raining or anything but where are you swimming is not raining.
REST IN PEACE

2 Lovely Comment:

Weird Dan said...

At times we really don't know what's on top. So that's why waterfalls are not always safe.

Jimmy T said...

Better go to a swim pool and play more safe also got lifeguard