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SAR operation for three missing foreign divers in Mersing to resume tomorrow, says maritime zone director

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SAR operation for three missing foreign divers in Mersing to resume tomorrow, says maritime zone director

MERSING, April 8 — The ongoing search and rescue operation for three foreign divers who went missing off the waters of Pulau Tokong Sanggol, near here on Wednesday has been suspended this evening and will resume tomorrow. Mersing maritime zone director Cmdr (Maritime) Khairul Nizam Misran said...

channel for the latest updates.MERSING, April 8 — The ongoing search and rescue operation for three foreign divers who went missing off the waters of Pulau Tokong Sanggol, near here on Wednesday has been suspended this evening and will resume tomorrow.

Mersing maritime zone director Cmdr (Maritime) Khairul Nizam Misran said the operation, which entered its third day today, began at 3am before it was suspended at 6 pm after no new leads were found.“Currently, no new information has been received from our airborne or seaborne assets, including the last flight at 1pm.

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Telegram channel for the latest updates.× Copy URL Johor Maritime director First Maritime Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria says the search and rescue (SAR) operation for four foreign divers reported missing in Pulau Tokong Sanggol, Mersing, at noon today was postponed at 7.Telegram channel for the latest updates.Telegram channel for the latest updates.

MERSING, April 8 — The ongoing search and rescue operation for three foreign divers who went missing off the waters of Pulau Tokong Sanggol, near here on Wednesday has been suspended this evening and will resume tomorrow. Mersing maritime zone director Cmdr (Maritime) Khairul Nizam Misran said the operation, which entered its third day today, began at 3am before it was suspended at 6 pm after no new leads were found. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, April 6, 2022. “Currently, no new information has been received from our airborne or seaborne assets, including the last flight at 1pm. “We reside in Johor Baru we have been inquiring with friends who may have boats or could look for them. “Also, we have had additional assets from the public who have been willing to help rescue operations, with 10 jet skis, but no input has been received so far,” he told reporters at the operations forward base at the Mersing district council public jetty here today. 30pm due to poor visibility. The agencies involved in the operation include the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), the Marine Police Force, the Royal Malaysian Air Force, the Mersing Iskandar Camp Special Forces Unit, the Fire and Rescue Department and the Civil Defence Force. “Today, we focused our search operation via diving involving seven divers from JBPM and 14 members from GGK.

Khairul Nizam added that the search area, which has exceeded 1,000 nautical miles, will be expanded again tomorrow from 7am. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. “My daughter is strong, she is smart. “We will resume tomorrow with a new search area where we will go further south and maybe to the waters off Tanjung Pengelih, Kota Tinggi. “We will also use existing assets and might request the assistance of residents to look out along the coastal areas to see if they can spot the three divers,” he said. Six foreign divers went missing on Wednesday while diving in waters around nine nautical miles from Tanjung Leman here. “Her brother is currently still on the island, and she (Alexia) is supposed to attend a fashion college in Kuala Lumpur next month,” she added. Norwegian dive instructor Kristine Grodem, 35, however, was later discovered safe floating fully clothed in full scuba gear by a tug boat on its way from Indonesia to Thailand at 8. As such, the possibility of us seeing them at night is rather slim,” he said.

15am yesterday. Efforts then focused to locate the remaining three missing divers, Alexia Alexandra Molina (18, French national); Adrian Peter Chesters (46, British national) and his son, Nathen Renze Chesters (14, Dutch national). — Bernama You May Also Like. — Bernama You May Also Like .