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“He said his hand was gone. God took it” Ustaz Ebit Lew Visits 55yo Hit-And-Run Victim

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Just yesterday, World of Buzz reported about the 55-year-old road maintenance worker, Mohd Sis Bin Latif, who had to undergo an amputation after being involved in a hit-and-run incident.

The generous preacher, Ustaz Ebit Lew, once again touched the hearts of many after visiting Mohd Sis at the hospital.

He took on to his Instagram, sharing a video of him and Mohd Sis praying together and passing him some cash to help support him and his family.

In his caption, Ustaz Ebit Lew explained how Mohd Sis is feeling and shared the heartbreaking story.

Ustaz Ebit Lew said he could not hold back the tears when meeting the victim.

“I cried after the talk at the Muar PDRM College and went directly to the Sultan Ismail JB Hospital to visit the uncle, a road maintenance worker who was hit on the Pasir Gudang Highway until his right hand had to be amputated,” he said in the caption.

He also explained that Mohd Sis too cried and said that he still feels like his hand is there.

“He said he feels like he could still move his fingers. He said his hand was gone. God took it. May Allah give strength to the brother, wife and his children,” wrote Ebit Lew.

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Also Read: 55yo Worker Undergoes Amputation After Hit-And-Run Incident on Pasir Gudang Highway

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