Choo was also shocked to learn that his nephew perished in the landslide.
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After the landslide at the Father’s Organic Farm campsite in Batang Kali, a 60-year-old father went to several hospitals to look for his missing son.
According to Free Malaysia Today, the father pointed out that his son and daughter participated in the camping activities.
He said his 31-year-old daughter was rescued safely and is being treated at Selayang.
Hospital, while his son is still missing.
Choo, who was met by the press at the exit of the Sungai Buloh Hospital’s Forensic Department, said his son’s condition is still unclear.
Some witnesses said they saw his son in an ambulance, but it was impossible to determine whether the injured person was his son.
Someone saw my son and another person being put into an ambulance from the scene, but they didn’t know where he was being taken, so I ran to Selayang. Hospital, Kuala Kubu Hospital, and here (Sungai Buloh Hospital), but they couldn’t find him.Father of Batang Kali landslide victims, Choo, on the search for his son.
Choo, from Kepong, is very depressed and sad because he has been waiting for a long time and still cannot get news of his son.
Despite this, he said that he has not given up hope, will continue searching, and firmly believes that his son is safe.
I am very worried that he has not been found until now, and I hope he is safe and sound.Father of Batang Kali landslide victims, Choo, on the search for his son.
Choo added that he was notified of the landslide at the campsite at 8 am yesterday.
At the same time, Choo was shocked and could not believe that his sister’s family was also involved in the landslide.
Choo said his sister’s seven-year-old son was confirmed dead yesterday morning, while his parents were injured and taken to Selayang Hospital for treatment.
When I was notified, I was so shocked and sad, I couldn’t believe it.Father of Batang Kali landslide victims, Choo, on knowing his other family members were also affected.
The death toll from the Batang Kali landslide is now at 21, which includes young children.
12 people are still missing as the search and rescue (SAR) operations had to be halted last night due to rain.
Meanwhile, it was a heart-wrenching moment for the victims’ relatives.
They could not contain their sadness when they came to the Sungai Buloh Hospital to identify the bodies of loved ones.
#TERKINI : Salah seorang waris mangsa tragedi tanah runtuh di Batang Kali tidak dapat menahan emosinya ketika baru sahaja tiba di Jabatan Forensik, Hospital Sungai Buloh, hari ini.#TragediBatangKali #TanahRuntuh #MalaysiaGazette pic.twitter.com/0eerpMGGgA— Malaysia Gazette (@MalaysiaGazette) December 17, 2022