KUALA LUMPUR: The Taman Keramat Permai Apartment Block F occupier ordered two hundred inhabitants to leave houses after finding cracks in the building.
The land motion detector has been installed to monitor the situation, says Selangor Disaster Management Ahmad Fairuz Mohd Yusof.
He said the current detector is tracking the soil movement until Monday, deciding which four-story building is safe for occupation.
"We need the necessary information to determine the building or occupation or repair," said Sekanh Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK), Taman Keramat, at a temporary evacuation center at the current building.
Ahmad Fairuz said 38 people, consisting of nine families, left the apartment at 12:30 at the current evacuation center.
"We ordered neighbors to leave last night, and some of them had to stay with their relatives elsewhere," he said, adding that over-occupations could be transferred to an evacuation center where they provided the necessary help to their food. .
She says she would have children's activities organized, as well as elderly health checks.
The people interviewed revealed the seriousness of the cracks.
"On the floor of my top floor I can see a kitchen on the ground floor," said Taman Keramat Permai, a resident of the F block, explaining the seriousness of the situation.
Ahmad Zulkarnain Ahmad, 38, who lives on the ground floor of the apartment, said he had gone to the fourth flood of the building and saw cracks on the walls and on the floor.
"I did not want to make the cracks worse … I saw the unit section of the unit that crossed me through the cracks in the fourth floor, then we had to evacuate to carry out inspections," said the journalist in the scene.
He hoped he could face the problem within a month of a month.
"This is our only house … let's not spend a month's passage in the evacuation center.
"We were told that the inspection will take three days to decide whether it will be safe or not," he added.
Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) has become a temporary evacuation center for residents of the Taman Keramat apartment, although some of them have been taken to the family home or stayed in hotels.
Mohd Mohid Saidin, aged 68, is a senior citizen on the third floor saying that the cracks in the ground and the wall have deteriorated in recent days.
"Cracks have been, but not obvious, I hope the authorities are correct," said Mohd Mohid, an occupant in the apartment for more than 20 years.
Azmi Adnan, who is in a 48-year-old block, says the other residents of the apartment are also afraid of safety.
"For the moment, the authorities have confirmed that there are no cracks in our block," he added.
Verifications Bernama They carried out inspections in the field of police and personnel inspections.
Another occupied, Ahmad Zainudin, aged 53, said he had been staying in the apartment for 28 years.
"There were cracks, but they were just small lines and they were just as bad as last night. I was surprised when the cracks seemed to be bigger and extended to other parts of the building," he said at the evacuation center.
Meanwhile, Maimunah Hamid, 47, said he was surprised earlier that they were fine, so fast and they were longer, and the authorities would take immediate action to address the problem of security issues.
In the meantime, police chief Ampang Jaya Supt Mohd Zaid Hassan has said the police have set up a 24-hour control in the apartment.
"Employers who intend to take part of the building should be registered in the post, this is to avoid any wrongdoing," he added.
More than 200 people in the apartment ordered their homes to be released in April after finding the cracks in the building. – Bernama