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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: S. Arulldas
NIBONG TEBAL: As usual, with his son and daughter in tow, he drove to a mangrove swamp to look for worms.
It was after all a normal day for Azahar Mat Isa who sold worms as fish bait.
But before the day was through, his world went up in flames. His three-year-old daughter Siti Noor Rosalinda was burnt to death in his car and his son Mohd Adil Naim, 5, barely escaped death.
Azahar, 44, had taken his children to the swamp about 8am yesterday. It was his usual practice to take them along as there was no one to look after them at home. Parking his car beside the Sungai Krian …