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Nasum Singer Still Missing

The members of NASUM have posted the following update regarding the whereabouts of singer Mieszko Talarczyk, who is now likely to be one of the victims of the tsunami that swept away Southern Asia this past Sunday:

"Update: Nothing new to report

As of midnight Wednesday/Thursday [Dec 29/30] we have nothing to report about the whereabouts of Mieszko. There are still lots of 'good' possible scenarios that we prefer to think about instead of drawing negative conclusions. We suggest that you do the same.

We have some information about the condition of Mieszko's girlfriend. Her injuries are not lethal. She has broken one or both legs and gotten some lacerations. She is in a deep shock and we really hope that she will be on one of the airplanes returning to Sweden with injured people.

We would also like to say thanks to all the kind words and thoughts posted by people in the guestbook. This kind of support really helps us in the band to cope with this unreal situation. Thanks again!

Finally, to the people who have sent orders for merchandise: please respect that we can't really deal with your orders right now, at least not at once.

Sincerely,
Anders, Jon and Urban of Nasum, along with ex-members Rickard Alriksson and Jesper Liveröd, as well as all of Mieszko's friends in Örebro and elsewhere.

Source: Nasum

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1. ac666 writes:

I know they say 'stay positive', but it doesn't look good.

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