Malaysia, Irish Teenager, Nora Quoirin

Malaysia, Irish Teenager

Family confirms body found in Malaysia rainforest is missing Irish teenager

Family confirms body found in Malaysia rainforest is missing Irish teenager


Family confirms body found in Malaysia rainforest is missing Irish teenager

NILAI, Negri Sembilan: The family of Nora Anne Quoirin confirmed on Tuesday (Aug 13) that the body rescuers found after a 10-day search is that of ...

Fifteen-year-old Nora, who had suffered learning difficulties, was reported missing on Aug 4 after her family arrived at the Dusun rainforest resort in Seremban, about 70 km south of Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. The family had checked in a day earlier for a two-week holiday in the country.

The body had been airlifted to the hospital morgue to be identified by the family, and for an autopsy, Mr Mazlan said.

Asked by reporters if the area where the body was found had been covered by the search and rescue team, Mr Mazlan said: "We had covered the area ... two kilometres, four kilometres and six kilometres (radius from the resort) and then turned back ... we covered the area on and off.”

The Dusun is a 5ha resort in the foothills of a mountain range and is next to a forest reserve.

Nora had been vulnerable since birth, never went out alone and had limited verbal communication skills, her family said last week, adding that she had visited many countries in Asia and Europe but never before wandered off.

Nora's father Sebastien is French and works for an American automation software firm in London, his LinkedIn profile shows.

Read more: CNA

Sadly....tragic end. Thanks for update , finally she can rest in peace .

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