Five houses were damaged during a fire at Lorong L4 (Bahagia) in Kampung Pandan Dalam this afternoon.
One house was wiped out by the fire, while two others were badly damaged but fortunately, no casualties were reported.
The owners of the house which was completely destroyed were away when the fire started.
The fire started at around 3:20 PM at a house on the left of the house which was fully burnt down, before the fire rapidly spread to the other houses as the houses are built very close to one another.
Strong wind and narrow roads around the area makes it harder for the firefighters to stop the fire, but it was settled at around 4:20 PM.
I witnessed the incident and it was really sad the see such a tragic incident.
Below are the pictures of the incident captured by my father:
The house which was fully burnt due to the fire which affected four other houses nearby.
Thick black smoke can be seen from afar caused by the major fire which burnt down five houses.
Firefighters struggling to stop the fire.
Three houses were seriously damaged during the fire. No casualties were reported.
Smoke can still be seen even after the firemen managed to bring the blaze under control while the cause of the fire is still being investigated.
The damaged houses can be seen from above. Three houses were damaged badly.
The winner have been announced for the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer Of The Year Awards 2016.
Recognising exceptional skill behind the lens, as well as the ability to capture an issue hanging over Planet Earth in a single frame, winners have been crowned in five categories, and a number of pictures were given special commendations.
The overall winner was Swedish photographer Sara Lindstrom, whose epic image of the Alberta wildfire particularly impressed the judging panel.
An underwater split image shows a seismic blasting operation off northeast Greenland. The process involves firing airguns that emit 259-decibel blasts towards the seabed in order to identify possible oil and gas reservoirs. (Christian Aslund/Environmental Photographer of the Year)
La Vijanera is a Cantabrian custom where characters represent the nature of the environment, mores and beliefs. The first carnival of the year in Europe is a colorful masquerade in which around 75 different characters play with an own function and symbolism. (Adrian Dominguez/Environmental Photographer of the Year)
The winning photograph was this apocalyptic image of wildfires raging through Alberta, Canada, by Sara Lindstrom. (Sara Lindstrom/Environmental Photographer of the Year)
Luke Massey was awarded the young photographer of the year award for his image of a Peregrine Falcon perching politely on a Chicago balcony. (Luke Massey/Environmental Photographer of the Year)
Showing a home being gradually swallowed by the sea, this photo won the Atkins Built Environment Award. (SL Kumar Shanth/Environmental Photographer of the Year)
The future of food? Hydroponic plants on the Rocket Science stand at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show are being developed for use in space and as one of the many ways to feed an ever expanding population here on Earth. (Guy Bell/Environmental Photographer of the Year)