SINGAPORE – A Singaporean lady died after diving during Indonesia’s Bali island on Wednesday (Sept 6) morning.
Dr Wong Yu Yi had been during Blue Lagoon – located in eastern Bali’s pier city of Padangbai – with a organisation of divers, Indonesia’s BaliPost reported on Wednesday.
They were diving during a abyss of about 20m during 9.12am when she gestured for help. The dive personality led her to a surface, though she was comatose by then.
The 48-year-old was rushed to sanatorium though announced passed on arrival. Local military declined criticism when asked about a means of death.
Dr Wong had worked as an cultured alloy during a CSK Clinics bend during Novena Medical Centre, her co-worker Alicia Lau told The Straits Times on Friday.
Ms Lau, an executive during CSK, pronounced Ms Wong had worked there for about 5 years. “We only knew about it yesterday, my trainer sensitive all of us,” she said.
A orator for ClearSK Healthcare Group, that runs a clinic chain, told ST that Dr Wong was one of a comparison doctors and had worked during CSK Clinics for 5 years.
Dr Wong was rarely competent with a Masters in Medicine, though motionless to concentration on cultured medicine five years ago, pronounced a spokesman.
“As a comparison doctor, she was a rarely obliged person, and would put in a best bid for a customers,” she said. “For this, we truly conclude her years of grant to CSK Clinics and we trust even a dear business will be blank her presence. Dr Wong will be missed greatly.”
Dr Wong was married to a surgeon and had 3 children, a orator added. She was a sharp-witted and active person, and enjoyed scuba diving, photography and personification a guitar.
According to her Facebook form and her form on medical website Practo.com, Dr Wong complicated during a National University of Singapore, National Junior College and CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls’ School.
A orator for a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) told ST that MFA and a Singapore Embassy in Jakarta rendered consular assistance to a deceased’s next-of-kin.
“We extend a condolences to a bereaved family,” pronounced a spokesman.
In July, Singaporean diver Rinta Paul Mukkam went blank during a diving outing off Indonesia’s Komodo Island, sparking a 10-day hunt operation. Her physique has nonetheless to be found.