MH370: 100 days on, pain gets worse for grieving families

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It's been 100 days since MH370 vanished from the skies, and remains without a trace today. 

Yesterday (June 15), families of passengers and cabin crew on that fateful flight gathered to mark the 100th day of the flight's disappearance, which coincided with Father's Day. 

For some, like Madam Intan Maizura Othman, time isn't always a healing factor. 

 100 days on

Although she seeks solace and strength from their two young children - a 4-year-old daughter and a newborn son barely a month old. 

Speaking to The Star, she said: "It's getting more painful and (tiring)."

"It's excruciating missing him."

Her husband, Mohamad Hazrin Mohamed Hasnan, was a cabin crew member on MH370.

At the event yesterday at a district in Kuala Lumpur, families gathered together and penned notes to their loved ones. 

 100 days on

Source: The Star

Photos: Reuters