The death of Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim is still felt deeply among Malaysians.
The firefighter who lost his life after getting critically injured while responding to an emergency on the 27th of November last year has since captured the attention of everyone.
Wanting to remember the sacrifice of Muhammad Adib in the line of duty, one fireman honoured him by painting a mural at the local fire station.
Dalam Ingatan Kami #Adib hebat pelukis kita Muhammad Khairi Bin Din @kj
Muhammad Khairi Bin Din of the Pulau Pangkor Fire and Rescue Department wanted to remember his fallen comrade and how deeply affected the fire fighting community is of his demise.
In an interview with WORLD OF BUZZ, he told us,
“The idea behind the mural is to show people out there that Adib is always in our hearts and prayers.”
“This mural is done to show our grievances at the passing of our comrade… of how much of a hero he is to us… laying down his life in the line of duty.”
“Our prayers go out to him and his family.”
The death of Adib and many others in the line of duty serve as proof to the fact that these heroes are willing to put their lives on the line for the safety of others.
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