MH17 crash: Klang-born stewardess Angeline believed to be on board


PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Airline stewardess Angeline Premila is believed to have been on the Boeing 777 which was shot down in Ukraine late Thursday night.

The Klang born who appears to be in her mid twenties had friends writing well wishes and prayers on her Facebook wall, for her safe return.

Her colleagues who had seen the crew manifest had written asking her to get in touch as soon as she is safe.

Earlier, The Ukraine Interior Minister said that all 295 people on board the KL bound plane was believed to be dead.

The plane which was due to have landed in Malaysia at 6am on Friday morning was from Amsterdam and was last known to have been in the Ukranian airspace.

Sources said the plane was "shot down" while it was cruising at an altitude of 10,000 metres.
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