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Mohd Hazrin and his wife Intan Maizura. - mStar pix
SHAH ALAM: "I love you" were the last words that MH370 flight steward Mohd Hazrin Hasnan had uttered to his wife just hours before the Malaysia Airlines aircraft was reported missing on March 8.
The words will forever be ingrained in the memory of Intan Maizura Othaman, 34.
Recalling the last few hours before the disappearance of MH370, Intan Maizura who is pregnant with their second child, said Mohd Hazrin had missed the vehicle provided by MAS for its staff on the night of March 7.
She said her husband had then requested her to send him to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang.
"During the journey, we had the usual conversation and Mohd Hazrin held my hand and kissed it. 'I love you' were his last words," she said when met at her residence here on Wednesday.
Intan Maizura said her son Iman, 4, had been asking about his dad prior to the announcement on Monday by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that the MH370 flight ended in the southern Indian Ocean.
"The following day, I told Iman that his father had gone to work and the plane that he was on had malfunctioned, so he would not be returning home as he is now in heaven," she said. - Bernama
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