Wednesday, August 21, 2013

GENTING BUS TRAGEDY: Relatives keep vigil at hospitals - New Straits Times

21 August 2013| last updated at 08:38PM By Syed Umar Ariff and Rozanna Latiff

Among them was Faisal Mohd Rashid, 24, who was frantically searching for news of his 61-year old father Mohd Rashid Jantan, 61m at the Selayang Hospital.

He said his father who is the assistant security manager at Genting Highlands Resort, was supposed to return home after completing his shift at 2pm.

"I am not sure if he was on the bus but that was the same bus he took to come home from work daily," Faisal said as he waited outside the emergency room at Hospital Selayang.

The multimedia student said he grew anxious after his father failed to come home and decided to search hospitals after being informed of the accident by his aunt around 5 pm


"The hospital told me my father was not among those brought here so I am waiting to hear if there are any news from my relatives at the other hospitals," he said. 
 

Ahmad Sharudin Saidin, 53, said he was initially shocked when his daughter Nurmaizatul Syazana, called him from the crash scene to tell him of the incident.

"She broken her leg and was crying in pain while on the phone with me.

"Now, I am just gratefull to God that she is alive," he said, adding that Nurmaizatul, the second of seven children, was on holiday in Genting with a friend since Sunday.

 


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