KUALA LUMPUR: A landslip that resulted in cracks alongside the (Westbound) East Coast Expressway (LPT1) from KM118.2 to KM117.8 is believed to be as a result of an embarkment slope that collapsed the place flood mitigation work was occurring.
Works Minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi stated he had already directed the Malaysian Freeway Authority (LLM) and people concerned within the mitigation work to hold out the repairs on the landslip location instantly.
“I’ve contacted LLM director-general Sazali Harun and want a full report back to be ready and offered instantly and to observe the world the place the landslip had occurred to make sure there can be no related mishap in future,” he stated in a Fb posting at the moment.
He stated a contingency plan or mitigation that might be carried out on the website of the landslip to be monitored repeatedly to safeguard the security of street customers.
Nanta additionally suggested street customers to keep away from or postpone their journey utilizing the route or use various roads quickly to achieve their respective locations in order to forestall any untoward incidents.
Earlier at the moment, the concession holder of the East Coast Expressway Part 1 (LPT1), ANIH Berhad confirmed a landslip had resulted in street cracks at KM118.2 to KM117.8 westbound in Temerloh close to right here.
Accordingly, ANIH Berhad closed the emergency and left lanes of the route and activated a contra route from KM116.5 to KM119.4.-Bernama