MOHD AWIE REGRETS NOT ABLE TO SAVE BROTHER

  • MH192’s number three main wheel burst during take off, says Hishammuddin – Bernama
    MH192’s number three main wheel burst during take off, says Hishammuddin – Bernama

    Preliminary investigation findings on the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH192 incident has revealed that the number three main wheel of the aircraft had burst during take off. Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (pic) said the aircraft was currently grounded at the MAS Engineering facility in Kuala Lumpur International... …

  • Bible banned from Pahang hotel rooms – Bernama

    The Pahang Islamic and Malay Customs Council (MAIP) has prohibited hotel proprietors in the state from placing religious reading materials of other religions other than Islam in their rooms. According to MAIP deputy president, Datuk Seri Wan Abdul Wahid Wan Hassan, a letter of prohibition on the matter had been sent to 147 hotels across the... …

  • Pre-lim report to ICAO not public, yet

    Malaysia has yet to decide on whether the preliminary report on the MH370 incident submitted to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) will be made public.   "We have issued the preliminary report. We've sent it to ICAO but we have not made a decision to release to media or the public," Department of Civil Aviation Chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur.   Asked again on why it will not be released to public, although it is common practice, …

  • Take second job to tackle household debt, urges AKPK – Bernama
    Take second job to tackle household debt, urges AKPK – Bernama

    The Credit Counseling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) has urged Malaysians to take a second job to help them tackle the high rate of household debt. Chief executive officer Koid Swee Lian (pic) said those in the teaching line, for example, could give extra classes to earn more money. "Teachers could earn more money by giving tuition to... …

  • International team probing MH370 to be finalised next week, Hishammuddin says
    International team probing MH370 to be finalised next week, Hishammuddin says

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 — Malaysia expects to finalise by next week the list of members on the independent team of experts commissioned by Putrajaya to carry out an extensive probe on the... …

  • Absolute power corrupts absolutely, Dr Mahathir reminds current leaders
    Absolute power corrupts absolutely, Dr Mahathir reminds current leaders

    Malaysian leaders have been reminded not to look down on the public’s capability to topple a corrupt government as what had happened in the Middle East during the Arab spring, warned Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pic). In his latest blog posting today, the country’s longest serving prime minister said that monarchs and dictators in the Middle East... …

DENGKIL, May 22 (Bernama) -- Mohd Awie Abdul Latiff, 12, is fortunate to

have survived yesterday''s landslide tragedy at the Rumah Anak-anak Yatim dan

Anak-anak Hidayah Madrasah Al-Taqwa orphanage in Hulu Langat but is

grief-stricken that he was unable to save his younger brother Mohd Riezman,

nine, who died in the incident.

Met by reporters at his grandmother''s home in Kampung Jenderam Hilir here,

Mohd Awie said he ran on hearing screams from his seniors but his brother

appeared to be waiting for a cousin and friend before all three were trapped

underneath rushing earth.

The youngest of six siblings whose father has died, he said he tried to dig

up the earth with his bare hands in trying to rescue them but was stopped by the

police who told him to keep a safe distance.

However, he took comfort that he could fulfill his brother''s wish to get a

watch and perfume on his (Riezman''s) birthday in January.

"I spent RM56 to get him a Ben 10 watch and perfume which a senior helped to

buy. Riezman was very happy and always wore the watch, he said.

-- MORE

LANDSLIDE-REGRET 2 (LAST) DENGKIL

In the incident, Mohd Awie''s cousin Mohd Kamarul Amiezan Johari, 11,

nicknamed Boboy, died due to serious head injuries.

Boboy''s mother Norjuhana Alang, 32, who only came to know about the tradgedy

through television broadcasts, said she felt heart-broken on seeing her son''s

body at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital mortuary but accpeted his death as fated.

She said the last she saw Boboy, who was admitted to the orphanage in 2009,

was during Aidilfitri last year.

"Since small his ambition was to be an ustaz (religious teacher) and

recently he had telephoned to ask when I and my husband were coming to visit

him," she said.

Riezman''s and Boboy''s remains were buried at the Kampung Jenderam Hilir

Muslim cemetery after the midday prayers.

-- BERNAMA

ZIM ZIM HA

Follow @YahooMalaysia on LINE for daily news updates.

Comments on Yahoo pages are subject to our link to Comments Guidelines. You are responsible for any content that you post. Yahoo is not responsible or liable in any way for comments posted by its users. Yahoo does not in any way endorse or support comments made by its users.

  • MH370 passenger’s partner tells of strange email from sacked Fox officer The Malaysian Insider
    MH370 passenger’s partner tells of strange email from sacked Fox officer

    The partner of an American passenger aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has spoken about how a Fox executive who was recently sacked by the news station had contacted her offering to raise funds on her behalf. Sarah Bajc, whose partner Philip Wood is among the 239 people on board the missing plane, told the Sydney Morning Herald... …

  • The Poop on Pooping: 5 Misconceptions Explained LiveScience.com

    Here is the truth behind five common misconceptions about defecating. Misconception No. 1: Daily pooping is normal, and optimal. …

  • Dr Ling’s son chose wine over woman, court hears The Malaysian Insider
    Dr Ling’s son chose wine over woman, court hears

    The son of former MCA president Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik today reached an out of court settlement with his ex-girlfriend in a breach of contract suit over seven properties registered under their joint names. Ling Hee Leong and businesswoman Teh Chee Yen agreed to settle out of court after he took the stand briefly and testified that he had chosen... …