Bidor chopper crash: Wife claims pilot’s body at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital

19/9/2022 8:04:00 AM

Bidor chopper crash: Wife claims pilot’s body at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital

Bidor chopper crash: Wife claims pilot’s body at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital

IPOH, Sept 19 — The wife of the pilot who died in a helicopter crash in Chikus Forest Reserve, Bidor recently, has claimed the body of the deceased at Raja Permaisuri Bainun...

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Monday, 19 Sep 2022 12:57 PM MYT IPOH, Sept 19 — The wife of the pilot who died in a helicopter crash in Chikus Forest Reserve, Bidor recently, has claimed the body of the deceased at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital Forensic Department here today.The victim’s wife who was accompanied by a woman arrived in a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) at about 10.30pm on Friday and managed to arrest one of the three suspects in Ipoh on Saturday (Sept 17).40am while the deceased’s body was taken out of the forensic department at 11.22pm.15am this morning."The 44-year-old victim had allegedly disturbed the three suspects, all in their 20s, in a restaurant.Meanwhile, the deceased’s wife, who only wanted to be known as Leung, said she would hold Tsz Kin Richard Chan’s cremation in Ipoh and the ashes of the deceased would be brought back to Hong Kong before being enshrined according to a religious ceremony.

Leung who was met by reporters, however refused to reveal further where the cremation was held."The victim suffered minor injuries and is being treated in hospital," he added.Ipoh police chief Assistant Commissioner Yahaya Hassan said the 44-year-old victim from Myanmar sustained an injury to his head and arms.In the incident, Hong Kong pilot Tsz Kin Richard Chan, 58, died in a helicopter crash in the Chikus Forest Reserve on September 11.Earlier, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong was reported to have said that a Eurocopter EC120B aircraft belonging to a private company failed to be contacted after taking off from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang.Richard Chan was flying a Eurocopter EC120B from Subang to Ipoh when he lost radio contact with the Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre (KLATCC) at 12.The suspects couldn’t be found at their homes.16pm with the last reported location being around a forest area near Bidor.

The helicopter was supposed to land at Sultan Azlan Shah Airport here at 12.37pm after departing from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang at 11.Anyone with information is urged to contact the lead investigator Inspector Amy Crystal Anak Barahen Tahir at 014-3909719.37am.— Bernama Advertisement.

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