Pathologists from KL conduct autopsy on body of Nora Anne


Modified 14 Aug 2019, 5:22 am

A team of pathologists from the Kuala Lumpur Hospital arrived at the Tuanku Jaafar Hospital in Seremban this morning to conduct an autopsy on the body of Franco-Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin who was found dead near here after having gone missing for 10 days.

The team, headed by a senior pathologist, arrived at about 9am in a Toyota Hilux and began the examination about an hour later at the Department of Forensic Medicine.

The compound of the department at the hospital was teeming with reporters who had gathered there from as early as 7am.

Special needs child Nora Anne (above), 15, had gone missing from The Dusun resort in Pantai near Seremban on Aug 4.

Her family had checked in to the resort a day earlier for a two-week holiday in Malaysia.

Her body was found in the jungle about two kilometres away from the resort yesterday and brought to the Tuanku Jaafar Hospital at about 7pm. 

Bernama found out that two close relatives of Nora Anne arrived at the Department of Forensic Medicine at about 8.30am today.

Negeri Sembilan Police deputy chief Che Zakaria Othman was also seen arriving at the department.

Reporters were informed that the police will call a press conference after the autopsy has been completed.

Nora Anne’s body was airlifted by helicopter from the location where it was found to the field of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan King George V, Seremban, at 6.45pm yesterday, and then taken by road to the hospital.

- Bernama

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