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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

A search and rescue operation continues for an Indian tourist, who went missing after he accidentally fell from a cruise ship off Kendi Island


www.bernama.com

April 14, 2009 20:06 PM

PENANG, April 14 (Bernama) -- A search and rescue operation for an Indian tourist, who went missing after he accidentally fell from a cruise ship off Kendi Island, continues as searchers have yet to find any sign of him.Penang marine police operation officer DSP Rosli Sufien said the operation was jointly conducted by the police, Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, Marine Department, and Fire and Rescue Department."We have not found any sign of the victim until late this afternoon," he said when contacted today.Shetty Noojady Nithyananda, 49, went missing while his wife was rescued after they accidentally fell from a cruise ship about 15 nautical miles south of Pulau Kendi at 10.20am yesterday.Rosli said police had yet to ascertain how the couple fell from the ship, which was heading for Penang from Singapore.He said police had yet to record a statement from the victim's wife, Shetty Kasturi Nithyanda, 47, who had been admitted to the Glenagles Hospital here.-- BERNAMA

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

accident? unlikely

5/06/2009 5:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

accident? unlikely

5/06/2009 5:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

a detailed investigation is must i think.

5/06/2009 5:12 AM  

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