Tsunami derails Surayah final year


  • Nation Premium
  • Saturday, 19 Feb 2005

KOTA KINABALU: Tsunami survivor Surayah Salin has not had many good nights' sleep for the past six weeks. 

The 27-year-old undergraduate who was in Banda Aceh when the deadly tsunami hit on Dec 26, is now accustomed to waking up suddenly at 3am or 4am.  

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Nation

Sarawak Polls: GPS candidate Dr Annuar says will work hard to gain support of voters in Nangka constituency Premium
Covid-19: National infectivity rate at 0.97, Perlis only state with Rt value over 1, says Health DG Premium
Donning headscarf at a mosque is what any responsible and professional MP would do, says Azalina Premium
More early warning systems to be installed at landslide-prone areas, says Takiyuddin Premium
Covering one's head at places of worship a sign of respect and modesty: Hannah Yeoh Premium
Covid-19: No plans to end school session earlier than scheduled, says Education Minister Premium
MH370 trending after British engineer claims he has located where it crashed Premium
Import of frozen whole chicken will lower prices, says domestic trade ministry Premium
Johor Sultan offers condolences to family of liver transplant surgeon Dr Tan Premium
Over 20,000 cops, family members have contracted Covid-19 so far, says Deputy IGP Premium

Others Also Read


Vouchers