Dog on diverted Malaysia Airlines flight reunited with family after 4 days

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  • Wednesday, 24 Jan 2018

PETALING JAYA: A six-year-old Maltese terrier on the Malaysia Airlines flight diverted to Alice Springs had to wait for four days before finally reuniting with its owner after the pup was forced to spend the night at an Australian airport.

Australian news portal ABC news reported that Timothy was onboard Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH122, which was diverted to Alice Springs after it faced technical difficulties last Thursday (Jan 18).

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