Who is Aidana Baizieva?
A spokesperson from Hospital Kuala Lumpur today said that the last remaining victim from the crash has yet to be claimed by relatives as her identity had yet to be ascertained.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 5, 2015:
As the bodies of those who perished in the Dauphin 2 helicopter that crashed yesterday are being claimed by their family members, one victim’s identity has yet to be completely ascertained.
At press time, it was learned that no one had yet to come forward to claim the body of Aidana, who was identified in the manifest released by the Transport Ministry last night as the operations assistant.
A spokesperson from HKL today said that this last remaining victim from the crash had yet to be claimed by relatives as her identity had yet to be ascertained.
“We are trying to get the authorities to sort out the documentation of the victims,” a spokesperson, who spoke on condition of anonymity, added.
While Fournier was active on the social networking site Facebook, with his last posting being just hours before the crash took place, checks on the site under the name Aidana Baizieva yielded nothing.
The media yesterday had mistakenly identified a woman in a photo with Fournier as Aidana. However, the woman has since come forward to deny this.
The photo, which depicted Fournier in a helicopter sitting next to a woman, had gone viral, with several media identifying the woman as Aidana.
In a NST (New Straits Times) Online report, the woman in the photo, Dzuriasikim Dzulkefli, had come forward to deny that she was Aidana.
“I was really shocked that some people had irresponsibly ‘declared’ me dead just because the photograph showed pilot Clifford William Fournier and I in a helicopter,” Dzuriasikim was quoted as saying by NST Online.