IMARET aids Pasir Gudang toxic fume victims

KUALA LUMPUR, The Islamic Medical Association Malaysia’s Response and Relief Team (IMARET) today sent volunteer doctors to Johor Baru to help the victims of toxic fumes caused by the pollution of Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang.

The first team of volunteers comprising three doctors and two paramedics headed by IMARET’s coordinator, Dr Ahmad Munawwar Helmi Salim, will be working with Johor Bahru District Health Centre to provide emergency first aid to victims.

IMARET also bring face masks and other much-needed items at ground zero and we will conduct our operations at Dewan Orang Ramai Taman Pasir Putih, said Dr Ahmad Munawwar Helmi to Bernama, here, today.