Private plane crashes and kills 10 in Malaysia

A private plane crashed and claimed 10 lives in Malaysia. According to the flight manifest released by Transport Minister Anthony Loke, eight people, including Commuter board member Johari Aaron, were on board the Beechcraft Model 390 (Premier 1) aircraft when it crashed at around 2.40 pm.

Pilots Shahrul and Heikal Aras Abdul Azim, as well as passengers Khairil Azwan Jamaludin, Shaharul Amir Omar, Mohamad Naim Fawwaz Mohamed Muaidi, Muhammad Taufiq Mohd Zaki and Idris Abdol Talib Ramali, were also killed.

The plane crashed onto a key highway (Photo: Hasnoor Hussain/Reuters)

The other two killed in the incident were motorcyclists.

Last Sentence of Pilot of Plane Crash in Malaysia: Dear Sister Mama

The mother of pilot Shahrul Kamal Roslan, Mahanum Ismail, recalled her son's last sentence.

"Little sister dear mama". Such was pilot Shahrul's last message to his mother Mahanum. The pilot was killed in an air crash on Thursday (08/17/2023) on Guthrie Highway near Elmina township in Shah Alam, Selangor.

Mahanum, 67, said his son's words kept ringing in his mind.

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"He is a mama's son and the last time I spoke to him was when I was admitted to the (Military Master's Mizan) hospital, the day before I had surgery. Before hanging up the phone, he told me that he loved me," Mahanum said while holding back tears outside the forensic room of Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang, Selangor as quoted by CNA, Friday (18/8).

Mahanum said Shahrul Kamal left behind his wife and four sons aged between 3 and 12.

Chief Minister Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail said the Pahang government would bear funeral costs for all victims of the plane crash.

"The state government will bear whatever the cost of handling the body and burial. We will bear the costs of all victims of the accident," he told reporters outside Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital.

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