All it took was one factory to pollute Sungai Selangor and disrupt the lives of 1.2 million people in the Klang Valley.
Residents from Taman Alam Megah filling up all manner of containers at the water tanks outside the Dewan MBSA in Seksyen 27, Shah Alam.
Residents came prepared, armed with the biggest plastic containers and water bottles they could find.
A shopper at a supermarket is met with rows of empty shelves following the rush to stock up on bottled water.
Many Klang Valley residents were forced to spend their Friday night collecting water from the water tankers sent by Air Selangor.
One of the 1.2 million people affected by the water disruption gets some respite with the Air Selangor water tanker supplying clean water direct to consumers.
This Taman Desa Ria resident in Petaling Jaya has found a way to pipe rainwater directly into her kitchen.
A resident remains composed as he climbs a flight of stairs, carrying buckets of water in both hands.
Getting ready for another trip to aid residents in Petaling Jaya, an Air Selangor worker fills up the water tanker.
Residents waiting in line behind one of the water tankers sent to provide some relief following the water disruptions.