The search and rescue operation is still looking for another missing person.
By Sadho Ram — 22 Dec 2021, 04:00 PM
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The body of a six-year-old boy, believed to be Emmanuel Chang Li Zheng has been found today, 22 December, by a search and rescue (SAR) team in Pahang
The boy is believed to be one of the victims who had drowned following a mud flooding incident at the Bobby Eco Camp resort compound on Saturday night, 18 December.

His remains were recovered at about 10.30am today, 22 December.

According to Bentong Fire and Rescue Station chief Mohd Zamri Abdul Ghani, the body was caught in a pile of wood at the edge of the forest near the Karak Highway heading to Kuala Lumpur.

"We found the body at KM66.2," he was quoted as saying.
Prior to this, rescue personnel found the remains of another victim
The second victim, 66-year-old Yap Koon Lan, was found buried underneath a pile of logs and sand.

According to New Straits Times, Yap along with two others, a male adult and six-year-old Chang, had been reported missing since the incident on Saturday.
The SAR operation is still ongoing to locate one more victim
The last victim is the owner of the chalet, Bobby Lim Yoke Hoong.

Two tracker dogs are assisting in the SAR operations, according to Mohd Zamri.
Earlier this week, a 26-year-old Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) employee was found drowned in a canal in Sepang:
The death toll of Saturday's flash floods is at 34.
Meanwhile, the National Disaster Management Agency has refuted claims that the agency was slow in coordinating rescue initiatives:
National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA) operations director Datuk Hussein Omar Khan had on Monday, 20 December, a…
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