Sabah quake: Full list of victims


KUNDASANG: A full list of 18 deceased victims of the Mount Kinabalu earthquake has been posted in the search and rescue operations room.

The first two victims brought out from the mountaintop were mountain trainer Robbie Sapinggil, 30, and Singaporean student Peony Wee Ying Ping.

The largest number of foreigners was from Singapore with one group of 29 Singaporean and international students and eight teachers from Tanjong Katong School on an expedition to Mt Kinabalu. Student Prajesh Dhiman Patel, 12, was listed as being seriously injured.

Malaysian Mohd Khairuladzuan Abdul Khalid, 39, was earlier included in the list, but was later to have been in the first batch of rescued victims, but his name was not recorded.

The full list of 18 victims is as follows:

Malaysia:
Lim Choon Seong, 45 (male)
Muhammad Logman Abd Karim, 22 (male)
Valerian Joannes, Mt Torq staff (male)
Ricky Masarin, Mt Torq staff (male)
Joseph Solugin, mountain guide (male)
Robbie Sapinggi, 30, mountain trainer (male, body recovered on Friday)

Singapore:
Rachel Ho Yann Shilin, 12, (female)
Sonia Jhala, 12, (female)
Emilie Giovanna Ramu, 12, (female)
Ameer Ryyan bin Mohd Aded, 12, (male)
Navdeep Singh Jayral s/o Raj Kumar, 13 (male)
Mohammad Ghazi b Mohamed, 35, (male)
Loo Jian Liang Terrence, 29 (male)
Muhammad Daanish b Amran, 22 (male)
Wee Ying Ping Peony, 12 (female, body recovered Friday)

Philippines:
Karyl Mitzi Higuit Matahom, 12, (female)

Japan
Ozaki Masahiro, 29 (male)

China
Lugi, 35 (male)

Related story:
Sabah quake: Number of victims revised to 18


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