Remains Of Malaysian Killed In Abu Dhabi Boiler Explosion To Arrive At KLIA On Thursday



BESUT, Dec 24 – The remains of Mohd Shukri Sulaiman, 45, who was killed when a boiler that he was inspecting exploded at a plastics manufacturing factory in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, is expected to arrive at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Thursday morning.

The victim’s wife Siti Azmahani Mamat, 45, said her husband’s body, accompanied by his brother Saria Sulaiman, 52, will be flown to the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport in Pengkalan Chepa, Kelantan and upon arrival at 8.50am transported in a hearse to Kampung Padang Landak, Jerteh, for burial on Thursday. Mohd Sukri, who was employed as a boilerman at the Al-Borouge Pte Company Limited, was here recently for a week on holiday before returning to Abu Dhabi on Dec 15.

In the incident on Saturday, he was said to have replaced another employee to inspect a boiler at the factory in the Petrol Chemical area when it exploded. Mohd Shukri, leaves behind his wife and four children – three boys and a girl aged between 7 and 15. His remains will be buried at the Alur Selising Muslim cemetery in Padang Landak near here on Thursday after the Zohor prayers.

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