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Widow Pleads To M’sians To Help Find Her Late Husband’s Phone As It Contains Their Shared Moments



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It’s the hardest thing ever to lose the love of your life. All the time and years spent together, building bittersweet memories can get the worst of you in moments of grief. But, at the same time, these memories are important as it keeps the ones we have lost alive in our hearts and minds.

Kelly Tong recently lost her husband in a car accident at Jalan Yong Peng on 5 January. The widow not only lost her husband but the father of her children as well, as said in a Facebook post. Her two young children, a 2-year-old and 4-year old would not likely remember their father as they grow older in the years to come.

Hence, although it may seem almost impossible, Kelly is hoping to seek help from the public to get hold of her husband’s handphone, which was lost during the car accident. Why you may ask? 

The phone contains pictures and videos of her husband that she would never want to ever lose.

“In this phone, there are a lot of meaningful photos & videos of our family. Our children are missing their father and I really hope the phone would be returned to us for memories. I will be extremely grateful,” she said.

Kelly tells World Of Buzz that she has tried her level best to access her husband’s Google Drive and Google Photos but failed to do so as her late husband did not backup the photos onto the drive.

Although there may be a chance that her husband’s phone may have been stolen from the scene of the accident, she is still very determined to get a hold of it.

“If there is a chance that someone has gotten my husband’s handphone, and might have taken it and sold it to any handphone shop, I am willing to offer you a price in order to get it back from you,” she said.

So far she has managed to block the telco service as well as manage the Vivo phone’s IMEI.

“It’s just the matter of someone finding it. The phone’s setting has already been blocked from reformatting or factory reset,” she explained.

She has provided her handphone number in case anyone has gotten hold of her phone.

“I’m willing to pay to get it back. Kindly contact me at 0167175038, please!” she said.

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Also Read: Survey: 40% Of People Would Give Up Their Doggos To Keep Their Phones

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