Young Kuwaiti found dead in City home Afghan run over, killed, many injured in 48-hour accidents

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 22: A Kuwaiti man, believed to be in his 30s, was found dead in a house in Capital governorate. Securitymen and paramedics had rushed to the house on receiving information about a person lying motionless, but after physical examination, paramedics declared him dead. The man’s remains were referred to Forensics to identify the cause of death.

Car stolen: A Kuwaiti man reported the theft of his vehicle at Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Police Station. The complainant said he had parked the vehicle in front of his house. Securitymen noted down the details and description of the vehicle and circulated the information to all checkpoints.

22 cars seized: Traffic police issued 120 citations and impounded 22 vehicles, including taxis, for violating traffic laws during a campaign on the Arabian Gulf Street, Salmiya and Hawalli areas. Sources say vehicles of those driving recklessly or whose vehicle insurance had expired were also impounded.

30 illegals held: Capital securitymen arrested 30 Arab and Asian expatriates for violating the residence law and referred them to authorities.

Afghan run over, killed: One person died and 11 others were injured in separate traffic accidents that took place in the country in the last 48 hours. An Afghan, 38, was run over by a speeding vehicle while crossing Fahaheel Motorway, opposite Sabahiya area. He died on the spot and his remains were referred to Forensics.

In a similar but separate accident, a Kuwaiti, 51, was injured while crossing a road in Fahad Al-Ahmad area. He was referred to Adan Hospital. Furthermore, two youngsters were injured in a two-vehicle collision in Yarmouk area. They were referred to Mubarak Hospital for treatment.

Also, a military man fractured his foot in a traffic accident opposite the Central Jail. He was referred to Farwaniya Hospital. An Egyptian, 27, and a Filipina, 25, suffered injuries in another two-vehicle collision that took place on Balajat Street in Salmiya. Both of them were rushed to Mubarak Hospital.

Moreover, three women — a Kuwaiti, an Egyptian and a Syrian- suffered minor injuries in a traffic accident between Rehab and Rabiya areas. Paramedics provided them first aid on the spot. Lastly, a Kuwaiti motorist sustained injuries when his vehicle crashed into a lamppost on the First Ring Road. He was referred to Amiri Hospital for treatment.

In another development, acting on information firemen rushed to an abandoned building in Hawalli and put out fire, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. A fire source said someone had stored inflammable substances and wood in the building and for this reason the fire soon spread to the entire building and parts of the neighboring building. No casualties have been reported.


By: Munaif Nayef

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