IPOH: “Our family has accepted the fact that she has left us. Her daughter’s emotions are stable now and that life should go on,” said the
brother-in-law of MH370 chief stewardess Goh Sock Lay, who only wanted to be known as Choi.
Choi, who is in his 50s, said although Goh was no longer with them, they would never forget her.
“If there is time, her husband will take their daughter to a trip abroad to reduce the emotional stress,” he told reporters when met at his house in Kampung Tawas, here, today.
Meanwhile, the family house of another MH370 passenger, Tan Ah Meng in Kampung Kanthan, Chemor, which is under renovation is unoccupied.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced early today that international experts had confirmed that the flaperon found on the French
Reunion Island was from Flight MH370. This discovery supports an earlier conclusion that the Malaysia Airlines plane crashed into the Indian Ocean 17 months ago.
MH370 carrying Goh and Tan with 237 other passengers and crew to Beijing, China disappeared from the radar on March 8 about an hour after departing Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
The plane was supposed to land in Beijing at 6.30am the same day.- BERNAMA