Giving new hope to the disabled


Helping those in need: Farid (standing) speaking with (from left) Zaidah, Azila and Firdaus.

SEREMBAN: Mohd Firdaus Abdul Latif was pursuing a course to repair air-conditioners in 2004 when he was seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident.

He was riding home to Tanjung Malim after classes when he was hit by a vehicle near Templer’s Park in Selayang.

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