Malaysia Earthquake

Quake strands 137 climbers on Malaysian peak

Tourists walk away from Mount Kinabalu hours after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake shook the area in Kundasang, Sabah, Malaysia, Friday, June 5, 2015. The quake struck northwest of Ranau district in Sabah state in Borneo early Friday at a depth of 54 kilometers (34 miles), Malaysia's meteorological department said. (Source via AP) MALAYSIA OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVEMalaysian authorities raced on Friday to try to reach 137 people, some of them injured, who were stranded atop the popular climbing peak of Mount Kinabalu after a strong earthquake triggered dangerous rockfalls. No deaths or major damage had been reported as of late Friday afternoon.

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