Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Malaysian Airlines stewardess found dead in ...

The source said the flight was scheduled to arrive at the KL International Airport at around 7am on Wednesday.
"MAS will bear the costs for bringing back her remains. We are unable to give any other comments for now in respecting her family''s wishes not to be disturbed by the media," the source told Bernama.
Malaysia''s ambassador to The Netherlands Datuk Dr Fauziah Mohd Taib, when contacted by Bernama, said Dutch police had surrendered Chin''s remains to her husband and brother to be brought back to Malaysia after wrapping up investigations into her death.
She said the results of the post-mortem showed there were no elements of foul play in her death.
"The cause of death was established as traumatic force due to fall from height. Its a clear cut case but the Amsterdam police did not state whether it was a case of suicide or an accident," she said.
"As such, no third parties are involved and neither are there any criminal elements," she added.
Meanwhile, Federal CID chief Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said Malaysian police were waiting for feedback on the case from Amsterdam police and were willing to extend any help needed if asked by the Dutch authorities.
"We cannot do anything else for now as this case happened in a foreign country and is outside our jurisdication," he said when contacted.
Chin, of Taman Oakland, Seremban, arrived in Amsterdam on Jan 11 on Flight MH17 and checked into Radisson Hotel located at Schiphol Airport.
She was due to return to Kuala Lumpur on MAS'' MH17 flight on Friday (Jan 14).

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