Do you know him?
By:News Desk
Date:
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SIBU: Sibu Hospital is asking for the public’s help in locating family members or next of kin of an unidentified male patient (Mr X) who has been placed in High Dependency Ward (HDW) Ward (20) in the hospital since Nov 10.

According to a statement from the hospital, the patient experienced breathing problems at the bus station when going to Bintulu.

The hospital is now trying to trace the next of kin of the patient because no identification documents were found with him.

The hospital requests the public who know the patient or his next of kin to immediately contact the Medical Social Work Officer, Nur Athirah Rawi at 084-238 818 or HDW Ward (20) at 084-343 333 (extension 4209).

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