2 dead, 51 missing after landslide in Malaysia


A landslide struck a campsite in Malaysia on Friday in which two were killed and more than 51 people are missing. Meanwhile, for the survivors, rescue and search operations are underway. The state fire and rescue department stated, “The landslide in Selangor state, on the outskirts of the capital, Kuala Lumpur, occurred about 3 a.m. (1900 GMT) on the side of a road near a farmhouse that provides camping facilities.” In the landslide, 79 people were caught of which 23 were found safe and 51 are still missing.