12 Jun '11, 2am

Thai teen who lost her legs in MRT accident heading home. She says: "I'll have fond memories of S'pore."

Thai teen who lost her legs in MRT accident heading home. She says: "I'll have fond memories of S'pore."

Nitcharee and her father will return to Thailand on Monday. TNP PHOTOS: Zaihan Mohamed Yusof SINCE her tragic day on Apr 3 in which she lost both her legs in an MRT accident, Nitcharee Peneakchanasak has not left the hospital. Yesterday afternoon, giggling away, the teenager was discovering how to “walk” again. She had been working the joystick of a motorised wheelchair donated by the Rotary Club of Singapore. On Monday, she will be heading home to Thailand. Said Nitcharee: “I am not leaving Singapore with bad memories, especially after what has happened to me. I think I have more fond memories of Singapore than anything else.” More in The New Paper on Sunday (June 12).

Full article: http://www.tnp.sg/content/thai-teen-who-her-legs-heading-...

Comments

  1. 12 Oct '11, 2pm

    Back again for more money ? !
    I wonder how many more suckers here will donate more money to her.
    Gave her 1 feet and now she wants 100 feet.
    Very greedy if you ask me.
    Even with 2 legs she will not earn more than what she already received from generous but DAFT Singaporeans ! ! !

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