Perhilitan Ranger found, survives three weeks alone in the jungle – Nation



LIPIS (Bernama): A Kelantan section of the wildlife park and of the national parks (Perhilitan), which was missing while collecting data on tigers in the Yong forest reserve, Taman Negara since 11 August, was found safe at four kilometers from the base camp.

Pahang police deputy head Datuk Mohd Yusri Hassan Basri said here at a press conference that Ahmad Tarmizi Ahmad Japli, 30, was found in good health, but was tired around 4 pm Saturday (August 25).

"The victim was found near a current that was included in the search, but we did not find him because he did not leave traces or traces of his presence.

He said that the victim had flown out of the park using a helicopter from the Subang Fire and Rescue Department Air Unit.

The helicopter landed here at 14:05 at the SMK Clifford and Ahmad Tarmizi was brought to the hospital in Kuala Lipis for treatment.

Mohd Yusri said that the two-week search and rescue operation involved more than 336 police officers, General Operations Force, Air Operations Force, K9 Unit, Fire and Rescue Department, Forest Department, as well as non-governmental organizations and the public.

It occupied 40 square kilometers of the national park.

Meanwhile, the Director General of Alhilitan Datuk Abdul Kadir told Abu Hashim that all their rangers had a jungle survival training before they were dispatched for field missions.

"Every member is trained, if they are lost, they are reminded to do three things, namely to sit, go back or find a river.

"That's what Ahmad Tarmizi did, and we've managed to find him safe and sound," he said.

Ahmad Tarmizi entered the jungle on August 9 via Felda Kecau 11, Kuala Lipis with six other colleagues.

They were split into three groups to collect data from cameras that were installed at different locations under the 1st National Tiger Survey program when Ahmad Tarmizi was missing. – Bernama


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Perhilitan Ranger found, survives three weeks alone in the jungle – Nation



LIPIS (Bernama): A Kelantan section of the wildlife park and of the national parks (Perhilitan), which was missing while collecting data on tigers in the Yong forest reserve, Taman Negara since 11 August, was found safe at four kilometers from the base camp.

Pahang police deputy head Datuk Mohd Yusri Hassan Basri said here at a press conference that Ahmad Tarmizi Ahmad Japli, 30, was found in good health, but was tired around 4 pm Saturday (August 25).

"The victim was found near a current that was included in the search, but we did not find him because he did not leave traces or traces of his presence.

He said that the victim had flown out of the park using a helicopter from the Subang Fire and Rescue Department Air Unit.

The helicopter landed here at 14:05 at the SMK Clifford and Ahmad Tarmizi was brought to the hospital in Kuala Lipis for treatment.

Mohd Yusri said that the two-week search and rescue operation involved more than 336 police officers, General Operations Force, Air Operations Force, K9 Unit, Fire and Rescue Department, Forest Department, as well as non-governmental organizations and the public.

It occupied 40 square kilometers of the national park.

Meanwhile, the Director General of Alhilitan Datuk Abdul Kadir told Abu Hashim that all their rangers had a jungle survival training before they were dispatched for field missions.

"Every member is trained, if they are lost, they are reminded to do three things, namely to sit, go back or find a river.

"That's what Ahmad Tarmizi did, and we've managed to find him safe and sound," he said.

Ahmad Tarmizi entered the jungle on August 9 via Felda Kecau 11, Kuala Lipis with six other colleagues.

They were split into three groups to collect data from cameras that were installed at different locations under the 1st National Tiger Survey program when Ahmad Tarmizi was missing. – Bernama


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