Malaysian climber rescued from Mt Annapurna dies in Singapore hospital


Malaysian climber Chin Wui Kin is being transferred from a helicopter to the hospital for treatment after being rescued form Mount Annapurna in Kathmandu, Nepal on April 26, 2019. -Reuters

SINGAPORE (Bernama): A Singapore-based Malaysian doctor died on Thursday (May 2) after he was rescued last week from near the summit of Nepal's Mount Annapurna, where he was stranded for more than 43 hours, according to the portal TODAY.

When contacted, Dr Chin Wui Kin's wife, Thanaporn Lorchirachoonkul, declined to speak and requested privacy, said the online report.

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