The haj pilgrim Aida Banli Badau bint H Banli passed away at 7:40 pm Thursday, after receiving treatment at the Banjarbaru Idaman Hospital.
"On behalf of all the Hajj Organizing Committees (PPIH) of the Banjarmasin Embarkation we offer deep condolences," he said in Banjarmasin on Friday.
Noor Fahmi described the chronology of the incident before the late Hajjah Not Aida arrived in her homeland.
"When Hajjah Nor Aida wanted to leave the plane suddenly she felt dizzy and carried down the stairs. I happened to be on the side of the plane and also served her together with all the colleagues from the health of the Banjarmasin port and the udzur section," he said.
Accompanied by her husband and her family, the deceased was immediately taken to the Banjarmasin Embarkation Health Poli and then referred to Banjarbaru Idaman Hospital.
"Not long after in the hospital, we were told that Hajjah Not Aida had passed away," he said.
Regarding the cause of the death, Noor Fahmi as Chairperson of the PPIH of Banjarmasin Embarkation said from the analysis of the health team was due to dehydration and fatigue.
"Her medical history from departure to the time of worship activities in Saudi Arabia was not indicated there was an alarming illness. It's just from the family story that the deceased near the return was reluctant to drink a lot," he explained.
Thus, the Banjarmasin Embarkation pilgrims who have died until now are seven people, five of them in Makkah and one died in Madinah.