Tearful memorial at Highland Towers site

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 12 Dec 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: Some shed tears freely as they hugged and comforted each other while others stayed silent as a memorial service was held for the last time at the Highland Towers tragedy site.  

About 100 people, including survivors, former residents of the condominium and those who helped in rescue operations, gathered at the site yesterday in Taman Hillview to remember those who died 11 years ago.  

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