英語はシンプルで『Missing receptionist rescued』
KUALA LUMPUR: A 26-year-old hotel receptionist, who went missing while hiking on Bukit Kemensah, Hulu Kelang on Saturday, has been rescued. Nor Aishah Rahman from Kampung Kerin- chi, who organised a picnic for a hiking group that included family members and friends, went missing for nearly 24 hours.Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Jalil Hassan said General Operations Force personnel, police dogs and surveillance helicopter located her near a river at 12.25pm. Safe and sound: Nor Aishah walking down Bukit Kemensah with rescuers after she was located near a river at 12.25pm Sunday. “She is still shaken by the experience and has suffered minor injuries,” he said.ACP Abdul Jalil said Nor Aishah had been up the same hill several times before but because she went in alone she took a wrong turn and lost her way.“She did not bring a bagpack or food as she was confident of finding her way out. She told us that she survived in the jungle by drinking water from a stream.“She also told us that most of the time she slept under the shady tree where the rescuers found her.” Nor Aishah’s ordeal occurred on Saturday when 17 people, including family members and friends, went up the hill near Zoo Negara at 9am where they planned to have a picnic after a 45-minute hike. She told the group to go ahead and that she would catch up with them as she had to suddenly attend a meeting at the hotel in Jalan Bukit Bintang where she worked. She said she would join them at 2.30pm. However, at 5pm, when Nor Aishah did not show up at the picnic spot, the group mounted a search for her.As the day grew darker, they decided that it was too risky and came down the hill. The group then lodged a missing person’s report at the Ampang Jaya district police headquarters. ACP Abdul Jalil advised hikers not to go alone but in groups.