Johor MMEA: Missing Norwegian woman uninjured, found by tugboat near Kota Tinggi waters | Malay Mail

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Johor MMEA: Missing Norwegian woman uninjured, found by tugboat near Kota Tinggi waters

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Johor MMEA: Missing Norwegian woman uninjured, found by tugboat near Kota Tinggi waters

MERSING, April 7 — A Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)-led search and rescue (SAR) team found Norwegian Kristine Grodem about 30 nautical miles from where she was last reported seen. Johor MMEA director, First Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria said Grodem was found floating and fully...

channel for the latest updates.MERSING, April 7 — A Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)-led search and rescue (SAR) team found Norwegian Kristine Grodem about 30 nautical miles from where she was last reported seen.Johor MMEA director, First Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria said Grodem was found floating and fully equipped with diving gear by a tug boat en route from Indonesia to Thailand at 8.15 am in the waters off Tanjung Sedili in Kota Tinggi.

“After being found, the 36-year-old victim was transferred to a MMEA helicopter and then taken to Mersing for further treatment.“Efforts to find the remaining three victims, Alexia Alexandra (18); Adrian Peter (46) and Nathen Renze (14), are continuing with the joint SAR team assets,” Nurul Hizam told reporters at the Mersing district office public jetty here today.

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MERSING, April 7 — A Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)-led search and rescue (SAR) team found Norwegian Kristine Grodem about 30 nautical miles from where she was last reported seen. Johor MMEA director, First Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria said Grodem was found floating and fully equipped with diving gear by a tug boat en route from Indonesia to Thailand at 8. Johor police chief Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat said the man, in his 20s, was initially called in to give his statement.15 am in the waters off Tanjung Sedili in Kota Tinggi.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. “After being found, the 36-year-old victim was transferred to a MMEA helicopter and then taken to Mersing for further treatment. We will detain him until our investigation is completed,” he told reporters at Pangkalan Hadapan Carilamat (PHC) at the Mersing District Council public jetty here. “Efforts to find the remaining three victims, Alexia Alexandra (18); Adrian Peter (46) and Nathen Renze (14), are continuing with the joint SAR team assets,” Nurul Hizam told reporters at the Mersing district office public jetty here today.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.

Nurul Hizam said the search with the SAR team assets covered 107 nautical miles, while the aerial search covered 270 nautical miles, both with a focus to the south of the last reported location.30pm yesterday and is being investigated under Section 15 (1) of the Dangerous Drugs Act. 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. “The victim drifted south and was found around the waters of Tanjung Sedili, where she is reported to be in stable condition without serious injuries,” he said, adding that Grodem is currently warded at the Mersing Hospital for medical examination. Nurul Hizam also said the National SAR Agency (BASARNAS) and the Singapore authorities were also earlier informed of the missing divers who are believed to be drifting towards the south of the island. “We will investigate in terms of their diving equipment, the dive centre and so on. In addition, he said the Marine Department has also issued a notification to ships sailing around the location to assist. Earlier, Grodem arrived at the Mersing Stadium by helicopter at 12. If there is misconduct and so on, we will investigate as well,” he added. - Bernama Article type: free.

05pm this afternoon. She got off the helicopter without the assistance of a stretcher and was then rushed to an ambulance before being taken to Mersing Hospital. A total of 90 members and officers from various agencies including 30 divers along with 18 boats and two helicopters are being mobilised in the SAR operation. Also present was Mersing police chief Superintendent Cyril Edward Nuing. It is understood all the victims have diving licenses, while Grodem is a certified Dive Master. At noon yesterday, four foreign divers went missing after diving off Pulau Tokong Sanggol, about nine nautical miles from Tanjung Leman here. The MMEA-led SAR joint operation, called Op Carilamat, was initiated at about 2.

35 pm yesterday involving the assets from the Royal Malaysia Police, MMEA, Gerup Gerak Khas, the Fire and Rescue Department and the Fisheries Department. You May Also Like .