Three kids charred to death after tent catches fire, 2 women hurt

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 16: Three children were killed in a fire that left an Ethiopian maid and a Kuwaiti woman in their early 20s with various degrees of burns at a camp in Sebbiya area.
Sources said the children charred to death, and the two ladies suffered severe injuries when fire engulfed their tent at the campsite and completely devoured it before a rescue team arrived. The injured women were referred to Jahra Hospital for medical attention, while the remains were deposited to Forensics. A case was registered.

Father, son in drug trade: Of-ficials of the Directorate-General for Drug Control (DGDC) arrested three men - two Asians and a Kuwaiti - for trafficking in drugs and referred them to authorities.
Sources say the officials, acting on information and armed with a search and arrest warrant obtained from the Public Prosecution, raided the house of the first suspect, an Asian, in Hawalli area and arrested him. They found three pieces of drugs on him and realized that his father, the second suspect, was also involved in the trade. Both of them were also addicted to drugs. They admitted that they bought drugs from a Kuwaiti man, the third suspect. Officers rushed to the Kuwaiti’s house in Salwa area and arrested him. They also recovered 250 grams of hashish from his house.

Drunk woman arrested: A Kuwaiti woman in her 30 was arrested in Maidan Hawalli for driving under the influence of liquor and consuming alcohol.
According to sources, patrolmen saw the woman crossing a red signal and pursued until she stopped. However, the officers uncovered she was heavily intoxicated as they approached her for questioning. They went ahead and conducted a search inside her car and found a cup full of liquor. The woman confessed she came out of her flat to buy food and was referred to the concerned authority without delay.

Drunk motorist held: A drunken Kuwaiti man was taken into custody when officers on patrol spotted him harassing another motorist on Wafra Motorway and later found a bottle of imported liquor in his possession.
He was referred to the relevant authority for necessary action.

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