MARAN – “You saw a lot of villagers torch searching and calling out, but when uncle uncle responded, they did not hear. “/>
That says a 82-year-old senior citizen who disappeared within 48 hours after going fishing (menjair) fish alone in a stream in the area of oil palm plantation near Kampung Batu 55 indigenous people here.
The victim, Abdul Rahman Dauhat living in Kampung Kuala Sentul said, during his disappearance, he was cared for by seven muscular male body and accompanied by a tiger at the farm.
According to him, he did not feel sleepy or tired, just thirst, but the men were giving him to drink the river water.
“I’m a daughter to send me to the river was when he wanted out of rubber tapping.
“Many times, I menjair fish in this stream, but on that day was (Sunday), I went to a different location but still in the same river, “he said.
Abdul Rahman said, once finished installing nets, a group of fish suddenly rushed into the trap and did not expect, he got more than four kilograms of fish, including type Sebarau.
“After collecting the fish, I went to the bank and then, my legs feel heavy, stiff and shivering so badly and I fell for not being able to endure the pain,” he said.
Commissioner to 35 grandchildren, said he then assisted the man who claimed seven ordinary people, but not visible to others.
He said one of them carried her to a hill and placed in the trunk of a palm tree.
“I was aware and did little to fear, even at night, not a mosquito in the area.
” I saw the villagers bring a flashlight to look for me, but after three times the answer, the man who cared for me forbid continue to do so, “he said.
Abdul Rahman, who has been married eight times, said he does not sleep through the next two days and two nights before found a worker field of about 8.30 am yesterday.
son, Siti Khadijah, 24, said villagers began search operations when his father is not in the river when he brought him in at 4 and 6 pm. ” br />
He said this is the first time her father lost even after normal exit menjair fish in the river nearby.
Meanwhile, search and rescue operations chief, Assistant Superintendent Sulaiman Hamid said, three teams from the Maran district police headquarters for two days participating in operations with the assistance of the detector unit (K9) Fire and Rescue Department and Civil Defence Department (JPAM) as well as villagers.
He said the victim was found in a lying and weak due to fatigue by an employee of the farm about 10 kilometers from where the victim believed to be lost.
“Police refuse any criminal because the victim believed to be lost,” he said.