Agency says it can bear in mind and honour ‘dear friend and colleague’ Mehraab Nazir, 49, who had been mountaineering within the Blue Mountains while on household vacation
A household mountaineering journey has resulted in tragedy after a British legislation agency partner and his youngest son had been killed by a landslide.
Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) partner Mehraab Nazir, 49, had been mountaineering within the Blue Mountains, Australia, on Monday afternoon when he was killed alongside his nine-year-old son.
Nazir, a finance partner within the worldwide agency’s Singapore workplace specialising in power and transport, and his son are survived by his spouse Anastasia, 40, and their teenage son and daughter.
The 2 youngsters are understood to have been reunited with their godmother whereas their mom stays in a vital situation in hospital, the Daily Mail experiences. The household moved from London to Singapore greater than a decade in the past.
The couple’s teenage daughter escaped the landslide bodily unscathed and is alleged to have alerted emergency providers round 1:30pm.
The rescue operation concerned police crew, detectives and helicopters.
Nazir studied on the College of Exeter and certified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1999. He was a partner at WFW for over 14 years.
A WFW spokesperson informed Authorized Cheek:
“It’s with the best unhappiness that we should affirm that our pricey good friend and colleague Mehraab Nazir, a partner in our Singapore workplace, tragically misplaced his life in a landslide in Australia earlier this week alongside his younger son.
“We will be remembering and honouring Mehraab, however, with the surviving members of the family in serious conditions or in shock, we ask that you respect their privacy and grief at this incredibly difficult time.”
British Excessive Commissioner to Australia Vicki Treadell yesterday confirmed she is helping the household.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at the centre of this tragic event,” she stated. “My team are providing support and in contact with the local authorities.”