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Traffic accidents claim lives of 2 expats
May 31, 2017, 9:19 am
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The remains of a Bangladeshi, who died after his vehicle overturned on the Fahaheel Expressway, have been referred to Forensics, reports local daily. The mishap occurred on the Fahaheel Expressway.

As soon as the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry received information, personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department rushed to the spot and referred the body for post-mortem. The investigation is underway to identify the cause of the accident.

Meanwhile, the remains of a Pakistani, who died following a two-vehicle collision on a road in Abdali, have been referred to Forensics, reports Al- Rai daily.

As soon as the Operations Room of Interior Ministry received information, personnel from the Qashaniyah Police Station and paramedics rushed to the location and referred the corpse for post-mortem. Police are investigating.

Two elderly women dead, 3 injured

Two elderly women of GCC nationality died and three individuals sustained injuries when two vehicles collided on Sixth Ring Road opposite Saad Al-Abdullah area. When the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the accident, securitymen, firefighters and paramedics rushed to the location to discover two elderly women were trapped inside one of the vehicles.

They were pulled out of the vehicle to discover they sustained serious injuries and fractures. Paramedics rushed them to the nearest hospital but all attempts to save them had failed and they eventually succumbed to the injuries. Three other victims who had sustained injuries were also referred to the nearest hospital for treatment.

The two vehicles were removed from the road and the traffic was organized. Investigations have been launched to determine the cause of the accident.

Source: Arab Times

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