‘Stop saying hurtful things and let us grieve in peace’


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  • Monday, 20 Feb 2017

JOHOR BARU: Parents of two of the eight teenage cyclists who were killed in an accident early Saturday morning, want the public to stop criticising the families and blaming them for the tragedy.

Operator Fatimah Nasir, 43, said people should respect the families who were still grieving and stop saying things that could hurt them further.

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