Three children, two women rescued after seven-hour siege in Malacca

One of the children in the care of a medical staff inside the ambulance after the siege

SAC Mohd Shaharizan, who had experience in managing the 2011 Muar kindergarten hostage crisis, was tasked with talking directly with the man.

It was not until 2.15am that a loud scream was heard followed by applause. The officers walked out of the house with the thumbs-up signal.

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