One year on, grieving parents still seeking answers over NSF son's death from leptospirosis

Third Sergeant Nigel Loh had died from leptospirosis - a bacterial disease contracted from contaminated animals and surroundings - on May 24 last year after being warded for four days in hospital.
Third Sergeant Nigel Loh had died from leptospirosis - a bacterial disease contracted from contaminated animals and surroundings - on May 24 last year after being warded for four days in hospital.PHOTO: WINSTON LOW

SINGAPORE - For the past year, the parents of full-time national serviceman Nigel Loh have sought to grieve quietly while searching for answers to their only son's death.

Third Sergeant Loh, 21, had died from leptospirosis - a bacterial disease contracted from contaminated animals and surroundings - on May 24 last year after being warded for four days in hospital.

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