Bodies Of Russian Accident Victims Laid To Rest In Their Hometowns

The bodies of the two Malaysian students, who were killed in a road accident in Russia on Sunday, arrived at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport late Friday.

Please read: Malaysian Medical Students Killed In Russian Accident.

Adzreen Dimyati, 22 who was a Public Service Department (PSD) scholar was laid to rest at the Precinct 20 Muslim Cemetery in Putrajaya later in the night.

Meanwhile the body of Hanisah Muhd Shah who was sponsored by MARA arrived at the Tengku Ampuan Intan Zaharah Mosque in Dungun at about 6.53am Saturday morning and was safely buried at the Syed Yahya Muslim Cemetery in Kampung Molek at about 7.55am.

M’sian Accident Victims In Russia Transferred To Nizhny

The five medical students who were injured in a road accident in the Vladimirskaya region, Russia had been transferred from a hospital inViyazniky, Vladimirskaya to a hospital in Nizhny since two days ago.

The injured students are MARA-sponsored students Siti Nadiah Abdullah Sani, Nurul Amirah Mohd Nor, Nor Hidayah Jailuddin, Nur Liyana Kamarul Bahrin and Siti Romeza Abdul Reza.

Two other Malaysian medical students, Hanisah Muhd Shah from Dungun, Terengganu and Adzreen Binyati from Putrajaya were killed in the accident.

All of them are Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy fifth-year medical students.

NST reported that Umno Overseas Club chairman Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek said they would extend any help that they could give to the victims’ families.

Ahmad Shabery, who is also the Youth And Sports Minister, also said that the club, along with other government agencies, would try and bring the injured, who are being treated at the hospital, back to Malaysia if the need arises.

May Allah help them and their families.

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1. Bodies Of M’sian Students Killed In Russia To Arrive Home Thursday

2. Malaysian Medical Students Killed In Russian Accident

 

Bodies Of M’sian Students Killed In Russia To Arrive Home Thursday

Distraught mother: Rokayah holding Hanisah’s photo (inset) at their house in Kg Gong Pasir in Dungun, Terengganu.

Mara director-general Datuk Ibrahim Ahmad said preparations were being made by the Mara director in Russia, Suhaimi Zainuldin, to bring back the bodies of  the medical students who were killed in an accident in Russia.

(Please click here for: Malaysian Medical Students Killed In Russian Accident)

The bodies of Hanisah Muhd Shah and Adzreen Binyati are scheduled to arrive in the country tomorrow.

Al-Fatihah to Kakak Hanisah and Kakak Adzreen.

I pray that may Allah gives the strength to their families.

Malaysian Medical Students Killed In Russian Accident

Please click here for the latest update: Bodies Of Russian Accident Victims Laid To Rest In Their Hometowns.

(News Update: Bodies Of M’sian Students Killed In Russia To Arrive Home Thursday)

Seven Malaysian medical students were involved in a road accident in the Vladimirskaya region, Russia at about 11pm on September 2, 2012.

They were travelling from the Moscow Airport to Nizhny when the minibus they were in collided with a similar vehicle after spending Hari Raya in Malaysia.

Hanisah Muhd Shah died on the spot while Adzreen Binyati died on the way to the hospital.

Hanisah Muhd Shah was a MARA-sponsored student from Dungun, Terengganu while Adzreen Binyati was a JPA sponsored student from Putrajaya.

The injured students are MARA-sponsored students Siti Nadiah Abdullah Sani, Nurul Amirah Mohd Nor, Nor Hidayah Jailuddin, Nur Liyana Kamarul Bahrin and Siti Romeza Abdul Reza.

They are being treated at a hospital in Vladimirskaya.

All of them are Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy fifth-year medical students.

I am very sad and sorry for the victims, their families and friends.

At Least 150 People Killed In Southern Russia Flood-Photos

A flooded house in Krymsk. At least 150 people have died in the floods, including in the port of Novorossiisk and the popular Black Sea resort town of Gelendzhik where five were electrocuted, a regional police spokeswoman in the city of Krasnodar told AFP. (AFP Photo/Mikhail Mordasov)

On Friday night July 6, 2012, very heavy rain caused bad floods and landslides in southern Russia.

By Sunday, at least 150 people were killed after two months’ average rainfall fell in a few hours on Friday night. 

Flood victims climbed into trees and onto roofs to save themselves.

Krymsk was the worst hit town.

This is a disaster.

Picture taken on July 8, shows a general view of the flooded town of Krymsk. Russia on Sunday was reeling from devastating flash floods in its southern Krasnodar region where at least 146 people were killed and 29,000 remained without power. (AFP Photo/Mikhail Mordasov)
Russia on Sunday was reeling from devastating flash floods in its southern Krasnodar region where at least 146 people were killed and 29,000 remained without power. Duration:00:48 (AFP Photo/)
A bridge is destroyed by flooding in the Black Sea resort of Gelendzhik, southern Russia, Saturday, July 7, 2012. Torrential rains dropped nearly a foot of water in the Black Sea region of southern Russia overnight, unleashing intense flooding that killed over a hundred people and forced many to scramble out of their beds for refuge in trees and on roofs, officials said Saturday. (AP Photo/Ignat Kozlov)
A photo released by Russia’s Interior Ministry shows members of the emergency service inspecting flooded streets of the city of Krymsk. Flash floods frequently batter towns along the Black Sea coast during seasonal rains in the Caucasus mountains, but officials say the current disaster is unprecedented. (AFP Photo/)
A stranded car is seen in a recently flooded street in the southern Russian town of Krymsk July 7, 2012. At least 134 people were killed in floods and landslides in southern Russia after two months’ average rainfall fell in a few hours overnight, police and emergency officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/Vladimir Anosov
A picture released by Russia’s Interior Ministry shows the flooded promenade at the city of Gelendzhik. Severe flash floods in Russia’s southern Krasnodar region have killed at least 134 people and affected nearly 13,000 in the area’s worst natural disaster in decades, officials said Saturday. (AFP Photo/)
A car lies submerged in a flooded street in the village of Novoukrainsk, near the southern Russian town of Krymsk, July 7, 2012. At least 134 people were killed in floods and landslides in southern Russia after two months’ average rainfall fell in a few hours overnight, police and emergency officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/VladimirAnosov
Local residents look at flooded property near the southern Russian town of Krymsk July 7, 2012. At least 134 people were killed in floods and landslides in southern Russia after two months’ average rainfall fell in a few hours overnight, police and emergency officials said on Saturday. REUTERS/Vladimir Anosov

44 Killed In Russian Plane Crash

A RusAir airline  passenger jet crashed in heavy fog and burst into flames late Monday on a highway in northwestern Russia.

44 people were killed while 8 were in critical condition.

The plane crashed on its final approach to the airport in Petrozavodsk, making a crash landing one to two kilometers (about a mile) short of the runway, breaking apart and then bursting into flames.

The runway’s high-intensity lights  which is supposed to be deployed at times of low visibility had failed.

It was unclear if the plane had attempted to land on the road, or just happened to fall there.

Petrozavodsk is in Karelia province, near the Finnish border, about 400 miles (640 kilometers) northwest of Moscow.

This is a disaster and I am very sad and sorry for the victims, their families and friends.

25th Anniversary of Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster – Part 2

Belarus, Ukraine and Russia mark the 25th anniversary of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl on April 26.

This is the world’s worst nuclear accident and classified as a level 7.

It happened on April 26, 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukrainian SSR (now Ukraine).

Large quantities of radioactive contamination was released into the atmosphere that spread over much of the Western Russia and Europe.

Now we are facing another level 7 nuclear disaster – the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster.

(Please >>>click here<<< to read my post on Fukushima Daiichi disaster.)

I think that nuclear power is efficient but very, very, very dangerous.

These photos show before and after view of Pripyat, a beautiful city that had to be abandoned after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on April 7, 2011, shows before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich
A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 31, 2011, shows before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich
A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 31, 2011, shows before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich
A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 31, 2011, shows before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich
A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 31, 2011, shows before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich
A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on February 24, 2011, shows before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich
A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 31, 2011 (bottom), shows the before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Vladimir Repik and Gleb Garanich

Please >>> click here <<< for ’25th Anniversary of Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster – Part 1′.

25th Anniversary Of Chernobyl Nuclear Accident – Part 1

These are the photos of the ghost city of Prypiat.

The city was abandoned since 25 years ago because of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident on April 26, 1986.

The city used to be very nice and beautiful but now it looks so sad, ugly and scary.

I think that we should stop building new nuclear power plant because it can be very, very dangerous.

(Please click here for my post on ‘Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Disaster’).

Nuclear power plant can cause dangerous nuclear radiation if a disaster happen and a big area has to be abandoned for a long, long time. 

A view of the abandoned city of Prypiat, near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant March 31, 2011. Belarus, Ukraine and Russia will mark the 25th anniversary of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl, the place where the worlds worst civil nuclear accident took place, on April 26. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
A view of the abandoned city of Prypiat, with a sarcophagus covering the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the background March 31, 2011. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
An empty swimming pool is seen in the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant April 4, 2011. Engineers are still struggling to regain control of damaged reactors at the Fuskushima plant after last months earthquake and tsunami, in the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl in 1986, with the government urging the operator of the plant to act faster to stop radiation spreading. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
A childs gas mask and a shoe are seen at a kindergarten in the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, April 4, 2011.
Newspapers from March 1986 with a picture of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin are seen in an empty building in the abandoned town of Pripyat, in the 30 km (19 miles) exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant March 31, 2006. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
A view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near Chernobyl nuclear power plant April 15, 2011 REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
A photo album and a gas mask are seen inside a kindergarten in the ghost town of Pripyat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, in this April 13, 2006 file photo. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich/Files
Toys are seen scattered on the floor inside a kindergarten in the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant April 4, 2011. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
The sarcophagus covering the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is seen near in the abandoned city of Prypiat April 4, 2011. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich


Moscow Covered By Smog-Pictures

A Kremlin honor guard is seen at Alexander's Garden outside the Kremlin in heavy smog covering Moscow, Russia, Friday, Aug. 6, 2010. The city of Moscow was shrouded Friday by a dense smog that grounded flights at international airports and seeped into homes and offices, as wildfires that have killed 50 people nationwide continued to burn. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze)

The smog in Moscow is getting thicker.

Moscow is the capital of Russia.

The smog came from the wildfires and forest fires that are burning in western Russia.

This is among the forest fires that caused heavy smog in Moscow. (AFP/Artyom Korotayev)

Airborne pollutants such as carbon monoxide is at six times the normal levels.

So the Russians and the tourists need to wear masks to protect themselves.

Tourists wear protective face masks as they walk along the Red square in thick smog, with Saint Basil's Cathedral partially visible in the back, in Moscow, Russia, Friday, Aug. 6, 2010. The city of Moscow was shrouded Friday by a dense smog that grounded flights at international airports and seeped into homes and offices, as wildfires that have killed 50 people nationwide continued to burn. (AP Photo/Mikhail Metzel)

The smog got inside the buildings in Moscow.

The State Historical Museum, on Red Square was forced to close because it couldn’t stop its smoke detectors from going off.

The smog is so thick that we can’t see very far away.

Some flights to Moscow’s Domodedovo and Vnukovo airports had been diverted to other airports.

There could also be road accidents because the drivers can’t see clearly in the thick haze.

The fires drew comment from officials and activists at international climate-change talks in Bonn, Germany.

There are natural disasters all over the world.

Russia is burning and Pakistan is drowning.

I think the people in Moscow should avoid going outside because the thick smog can cause accidents and the air quality is very low.

St. Basil's Cathedral, left, and the Kremlin, right, are seen as tourists walk through thick smog on the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, Friday, Aug. 6, 2010. (AP Photo/Mikhail Metzel)
Tourists walking along Red Square in heavy smog, Friday , August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin.
A tourist taking photos in heavy smog in Red Square in central Moscow, Friday, August 6, 2019. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin
A fire fighter attempts to extinguish a forest fire near the village of Dolginino in the Ryazan region, some 180 km (111 miles) southeast of Moscow, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. Over the last 24 hours, firefighters have extinguished 293 fires, but 403 others have been spotted while more than 500 have continued to rage over large swathes of countryside, some of them out of control, the Emergencies Ministry said. (AP Photo)

Pictures Of Wildfires In Russia

It has been very hot and dry in Russia.

And there is a wave of wildfires that killed 34 people so far.

It destroyed houses and lots of trees.

This is a disaster.

In Pakistan water destroyed things, but in Russia fire destroyed things.

I took these pictures from Yahoo News.

Local residents stand amidst the ruins of burnt buildings outside the town of Vyksa, some 150 km (93 miles) south-west of the Volga city of Nizhny Novgorod, July 30, 2010. Forest fires sweeping across parts of Russia on Friday killed at least 23 people and forced the evacuation of thousands in the hottest summer weather since records began 130 years ago.

Wildfires in Russia destroying buildings and trees.
Wildfires in Russia destroyed trees and houses.
Wildfires in Russia.
Wildfires in Russia.
A burning forest in Russia.
A plane is used to put out the wildfires.
Wildfires destroyed buildings in Russia.