A general view of Tunku Jaafar Hospital, where the body of 15-year-old Nora Quoirin is undergoing a post mortem examination, in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.-EPA

SEREMBAN: The post-mortem results on the body of Irish teen Nora Anne Quoirin, who was found in a ravine near The Dusun resort on Tuesday, will be announced at 2pm today (Aug 15).

Members of the media, who have been encamped at the Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar (HTJ) since 7am today, were informed that the press conference will be held at the Negri Sembilan police headquarters.

The post-mortem results had been scheduled to be announced on Wednesday afternoon, but coroners took until evening to complete the autopsy.

A team of pathologists was seen leaving the hospital’s forensics department at 9.25pm after spending some 12 hours there.

The autopsy was led by Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) pathologist Dr Siew Sheue Feng and Dr Hanif Mohammad of HTJ, assisted by specialists from the Petaling Jaya Chemistry and Forensics Departments.

Nora Anne, the eldest of three children of Meabh and Sebastien Quoirin, was missing for 10 days, during which a search and rescue (SAR) operation involving hundreds was conducted.

Her body was found about 2.5km from The Dusun resort, where the family had checked in after arriving from London on Aug 3.

Nora Anne was found by a group of volunteers who joined the SAR operations following a tip-off by a local man.