In Miri, the glass ceiling of the shopping center collapses, no one is injured | Malaysia

The glass ceiling of a shopping center in Lutong suddenly collapsed on Sunday. ― Photo by Borneo Post Online

MIRI, February 14 — A section of the glass ceiling in front of a shopping mall in Lutong collapsed yesterday morning.

However, mall authorities confirmed that no one was injured in the incident.

“All customers are safe and we are trying to resolve this matter ourselves as soon as possible,” a mall official said when contacted.

The cause of the incident has not yet been determined.

A video of the incident, which showed a section of the glass ceiling suddenly collapsed and members of the public running to safety, went viral on social media yesterday.

The person who took the video posted on Facebook that they heard the sound of glass falling after getting into the car that was parked in front of the mall’s front door.

“I looked up and saw a few pieces of glass falling from the ceiling of the main doorway where my children and I had exited two precious minutes earlier.

“Honestly, after taking this video, I stopped by the side of the road and hugged my kids because I felt so grateful that we are all protected by God,” she added.

Another mall customer also posted on ‘Miri Community Complaint’ Facebook reminded others to use the back door if they wish to enter the mall as the front door next to a ticket counter automatic teller machine (ATM) had been closed following the incident. ― Borneo Post Online

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Peggy P. Gilmore