KLCC Tower Office Building Was Filled With Water During Monday’s Flash Flood
At least 12 locations in KL were flooded on Monday.
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It appears that the flash floods in Kuala Lumpur on Monday (7 March) had created an unexpected water feature inside one of Malaysia’s most iconic landmarks.
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Netizens claimed that the Petronas Tower 3 office building that’s located within the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) had taken on water.
Images and videos shared by users on social media show several sections of the building being flooded.
Office space pun kena pic.twitter.com/p16b4OC5PM— she (@shezdiy) March 7, 2022
In one video, workers were seen trying to clear out the ankle-deep water that had somehow gotten into the building’s lobby.
First time banjir air masuk sampai ke lobby ofis. Area sini sampai klcc habis masuk air. Kesian yg park kereta semua habis tenggelam pic.twitter.com/M75gmZVAd5— uzai (@uzai_alfath) March 8, 2022
Meanwhile, another video showed one of the elevators inside the building leaking water like it was some sort of shower or makeshift waterfall.
Lanyard ok ke tu? 🙃 pic.twitter.com/25F5SHVaxj— Firdausi Fauzi 🏴 🇲🇾 🇵🇸 #LAWAN (@Firdausi_Fauzi) March 7, 2022
Netizens also reported that other areas near KLCC, like the Impiana Hotel on Jalan Pinang, had also flooded.
OMG! Impiana Hotel KLCC pun banjir?!?! 😱😱😱 pic.twitter.com/MIGmhd0iXA— Yus ⁷ (@itsyus_my) March 7, 2022
According to the KL Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba), as many as nine separate locations across the city encountered flash floods during Monday’s downpour.
Meanwhile, KL City Hall (DBKL) reported that as many as 12 locations in the city were affected by the floods.
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