After five days lost in the thick jungles of Malaysia, two surveyors are rescued by a group of semi-nomadic people.
By STEPHEN THEN
MIRI: Semi-nomadic Penans have found two surveyors lost since Oct 28 in the remote jungles of Long Seridan in northern Sarawak while carrying out demarcation works for the proposed RM3bil Sabah-Sarawak Gas Pipeline (SSGP).
The Penans, who were out hunting and collecting jungle produce, found Ismail Salleh, 31 and Rano Sani, 26, at about 3pm on Saturday, as a plane and helicopter searched the air and 15 rescue personnel combed the thick jungles of Baram.
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