Chrissie Chau recently assured that she is fine, following the recent flooding incident at the shooting location of her new movie in Gua Tempurung, Malaysia.
The actress, who was one among the 30 crew members who had to be rescued by the local Fire and Rescue Department last week, took to social media to share several new photos of herself having the time of her life in Ipoh, Perak.
She wrote, “I am here to report that I am safe. Thank you for your concern.”
It was late last week when 30 members of the filming crew were rescued from Gua Tempurung after being trapped inside the caves following a heavy rain that had made the main entrance impassable.
Speaking about the experience, the actress said that she and the team immediately retreated to higher ground after seeing the water level rose while filming in the cave.
“We weren’t scared at the time. But several minutes later, the water level reached our thighs, so we decided to get into the water and use the rope provided to leave the area. But seeing how rapid the water was, I wasn’t able to get a stable footing and almost got washed away,” she said.
Chrissie added that she was lucky that everybody was watching out for each other to ensure they were all safe.
The actress also admitted that she was surprised to get so many text messages after returning to her hotel following the rescue, and never thought that she would cause much concern.