Bodies of all four Langkawi waterfall victims found


  • Nation
  • Friday, 13 Oct 2017

A family member grieving after the body of Siti Aishah Kasim was found. - Bernama pix

LANGKAWI: The bodies of all four girls who drowned after they were swept downstream by a sudden surge of water at a waterfall located in the Lubuk Semilang Recreational Park here on Thursday have been found.

However, another boy managed to cheat death after some rocks and driftwood stopped him from being swept further and was rescued by bystanders.

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