Winds blow child and cradle away

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 05 Jul 2015

Close watch: Nurhaibah comforting Nurhasyikin at the hospital after the toddler’s terrifying ordeal.

KOTA KINABALU: When the winds blew in Kampung Dunggang, Tuaran, it not only rocked the cradle of 18-month old Nurhasyikin Jainuddin at her home – it took her away.

Her mother Nurhaibah Nasib, 22, said she had placed her second child as usual in a sarong hammock tied to a wooden roof beam of their house.

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