Five vehicles parked at Jalan LP 1A/2 Lestari Perdana, Serdang near Kuala Lumpur were damaged yesterday when the ground beneath the cliff gave way.
Serdang fire and rescue station assistant superintendent II Saharudin Abdul Razak said they received a report on the incident of apparent soil subsidence at about 6.38pm but that no victims were involved.
He said the vehicles had been parked in front of a car workshop, about seven metres from the cliff.
“The rain at the time of the incident caused a drain to burst and the five cars sank to a depth of five to six metres.
“Following that, the area was cordoned off to the public before the matter was handed over to the Subang Jaya Municipal Council for further action,” he told Bernama when contacted.
Saharudin also said that a landslip had occurred in the area in 2017, about 50m from the site of today’s incident.