Thursday, September 24, 2009


Tue, Sep 22, 2009
The Star
Asia News Network

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: A 51-year-old man who went hiking at Bukit Tabur, Ampang, slipped and fell 30m but was saved when he landed on some bushes yesterday.
The hiker, who only wanted to be known as Lim, was stuck there for more than six hours before the authorities rescued him at 6.30pm.

Ampang Jaya Deputy OCPD Supt Amiruddin Jamiluddin said the man, who was from Tanjung Sempat, started hiking in the morning but he was unfamiliar with the terrain.

"He realised he was lost at about 12.30pm," he said, adding that the victim slipped while trying to find his way out. Lim called his family for help on his mobile phone at 3.30pm.

Supt Amiruddin said it took about three hours to locate the hiker. "He suffered light injuries and was sent to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for treatment," he said.

-The Star /Asia News Network


The Author said...

Another accident in Bukit Tabur... it's important to follow established and clear trails instead of trying to create one. Or better still, follow someone who knows the area. Talking about Bukit Tabur, I'll be there, insyaallah on Saturday.

Anonymous said...

hm...i dunno. im nt trying to berecakap besar...but the trail is very clear...and i wonder how he could got lost....