Wednesday , October 18 2017

Indian, Ethiopian die of suffocation from burning coal

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 30: Two expatriates — an Indian and an Ethiopian — died while another Indian is in critical condition due to suffocation caused by burning of coal inside their room in a farm in Abdali area. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about three unconscious laborers inside a room in a farm in Abdali area, securitymen rushed to the location with paramedics to discover two of the laborers – an Indian and an Ethiopian – died while the third laborer, an Indian national, was alive but in critical condition. Investigations revealed that the three victims were sleeping in the room where they were burning coal which caused heavy smoke in the room and eventually led to the death of two of them. Their corpses were referred to the Forensics Department. A case was registered.

Paramedics shifting the injured Arab expat to the ambulance
Paramedics shifting the injured Arab expat to the ambulance

Arab motorist sustains serious injuries in accident
An Arab expatriate sustained serious injuries when his heavy vehicle collided with another on Abdali Road Route 63. According to a press release, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the accident, Abdali firefighters rushed to the location with securitymen and paramedics. They pulled out the victim from the heavy vehicle and referred him to Jahra Hospital using an air ambulance

By Munaif Naif Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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