They were to tie the knot next year

Written by: mottaman | 14 May 2019 10:54
Written by:
14 May 2019 10:54

Both nurses - they were looking forward to tie the know next year.

However, at 2.30am yesterday, Andy Meyrick, 25, and his fiance, Jusse D. Dolisip, 29, died when their car crashed into a bus stop and turned turtle.

The incident occurred along the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway in Penang.

A family member revealed that the couple were to get married on February next year.

The couple, both from Sabah, were with the Penang Adventist Hospital and had earlier studied together at the Adventist College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

The family member said the couple were likely heading home after work when the incident occurred.

According to The Star, Dolisip’s best friend Jessy Binson, 29, said they had been buddies since primary school.

“Two years ago, she came back from Saudi Arabia just to attend my wedding because she promised to do so.

“But I would not be able to attend her wedding as she has now left us.

“My dear BFF galanggud, I will miss you,” she said in a post shared online.

George Town OCPD ACP Che Zaimani Che Awang said Andy was found in the driver’s seat and Dolisip was in the passenger seat.

“We believe they were heading from the jetty towards Relau.

“They hit a bus stop along the expressway and then collided with a parked van.

“Firemen were able to remove the bodies, which were trapped in the wreckage, within two and a half hours,” he said.

The bodies were send to Penang Hospital for a post-mortem.

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