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Johor MB confirms identities of missing divers

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Johor MB confirms identities of missing divers

MERSING, April 7 — The identity of the four foreign divers who were reported missing at Pulau Tokong Sanggol here yesterday have been identified. Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi said they were Norwegian diving coach Kristine Grodem,  35, Alexia Alexandra, 18, (France); Adrian...

channel for the latest updates.MERSING, April 7 — The identity of the four foreign divers who were reported missing at Pulau Tokong Sanggol here yesterday have been identified.Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi said they were Norwegian diving coach Kristine Grodem,  35, Alexia Alexandra, 18, (France); Adrian Peter, 46, (British), and his 14-year-old son, Nathen Renze, from the Netherlands.

“All the victims were tourists, with one of them a diving coach. It was not the first time they went diving as all of them were experienced divers and were in the process of upgrading their diving certification," he told a press conference at Pengkalan Hadapan Carilamat at the Mersing Jetty, here, today.

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MERSING, April 7 — The identity of the four foreign divers who were reported missing at Pulau Tokong Sanggol here yesterday have been identified. Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi said they were Norwegian diving coach Kristine Grodem,  35, Alexia Alexandra, 18, (France); Adrian Peter, 46, (British), and his 14-year-old son, Nathen Renze, from the Netherlands. He said the Ops Carilamat was halted at 7. “All the victims were tourists, with one of them a diving coach. Lee congratulated Onn Hafiz on the smooth opening of the land border between Malaysia and Singapore on April 1 “Among the things we discussed were proactive measures to improve relations between the people of Johor and Singapore, especially after the border was opened. It was not the first time they went diving as all of them were experienced divers and were in the process of upgrading their diving certification," he told a press conference at Pengkalan Hadapan Carilamat at the Mersing Jetty, here, today. The mentri besar also expressed his appreciation and gratitude to the Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Almarhum Sultan Iskandar for His Majesty’s generosity in lending two boats for the SAR operation. Also present were Johor Police Chief Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat, Iskandar Mersing Camp Special Service Group General Staff Chief Adi Ridzwan Abdullah and Johor Maritime Director First Maritime Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria. The exemption involved the toll plazas at the Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Security (ICQS) Complex at Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (Johor Causeway) and Tanjung Kupang (Linkedua Highway) in Johor.

Onn Hafiz said the families of the victims had been informed of the incident and were understood to be on their way here. To the families who are affected by tragedy, we are doing whatever we can to find them, and will do our best to find them as soon as possible,” he told reporters at the Pangkalan Hadapan Carilamat Mersing Jetty here today. “Hopefully, this close relationship will continue to be strengthened in the future,” he added. On the search and rescue (SAR) operation, he said, it would continue until afternoon depending on the weather condition. In the incident at noon yesterday, the four foreign divers were reported missing in the waters of Pulau Tokong Sanggol, about nine nautical miles from Tanjung Leman, here. — Bernama You May Also Like. Following which, a SAR operation was mounted, but was halted at 7.30pm yesterday due to poor visibility and resumed at 7am today, involving a total of 90 members and officers from various agencies ,including 30 divers and 18 assets. Apart from that, the statement also said there are more 120 PLUSRonda personnel stationed at the highway in Johor to assist motorists in need of help.

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