Aidana's remains claimed by her family


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 09 Apr 2015

PETALING JAYA: The remains of Kyrgyz national Aidana Baizieva (pic), one of six people killed in the helicopter crash in Semenyih on Saturday, have been claimed by her family.

Selangor police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Samah Mat confirmed that Aidana’s remains were claimed by her stepsister together with a representative from the Kyrgyz embassy at about 5.30pm Thursday.

SDCP Abdul Samah said Aidana’s remains were scheduled to be flown back to Kyrgyzstan on Friday at about 10.55am on an Air Astana flight and scheduled to arrive in the afternoon.

He added that police were satisfied with the DNA test results that were done on the victim and her stepsister.

The helicopter carrying Tan Sri Jamaluddin Jarjis and five others – Datuk Azlin Alias, the principal private secretary to the Prime Minister, pilot Captain Clifford William Fournier Jr, businessman Datuk Tan Huat Seng and Jamaluddin’s bodyguard Mohd Razkan Seran, 32 as well as Aidana, 25 – crashed in Semenyih, just minutes away from its destination in Subang on Saturday.

Before her death in the helicopter crash, Aidana lived in an apartment in Pantai Dalam in Kuala Lumpur after graduating with a diploma in tourism from a local college.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3

Aidana , Remains , Family , Semenyih crash

   

Next In Nation

Govt to study financial aid package for phase 2 of NRP
Frontliners in transportation sector to start getting vaccinated from next week, says Dr Wee
Nancy Shukri's mother passes away
SOP violations: 32 issued with compound notices for playing badminton in JB
Education Minister lauds move to vaccinate students sitting for exams
Centenarian gets vaccinated, thanks to Ipoh Timur MCA team
Ongkili: Changing government amid pandemic is irresponsible
Rice production allowed to go full steam during lockdown, says Agriculture Ministry
Covid-19: 60 fatalities bring death toll to 4,202
Grab fine judicial review: MyCC seeks leave to appeal against Court of Appeal's decision

Stories You'll Enjoy


Vouchers