dd 35 killed in Saudi road crash

35 killed in Saudi road crash

Published: 17 Oct 2019 Updated: 17 Oct 2019   

Online Desk

Some 35 people were killed in a road accident in Madinah of Saudi Arabia.


Spokesman of Madinah police announced that at 7:00 pm on Wednesday 17/2/1441 H., the competent security authorities, with the support of the Saudi Red Crescent Authority, dealt with a collision of a private chartered bus transporting (39) - thirty nine - expatiates in the kingdom of Asian and Arab nationalities with a heavy vehicle (loader), in Al-Akhal Center in Madinah area, resulting in the death of (35) and the injury of (4) of its passengers, reports Saudi Press Agency.

They were admitted to Al-Hamna Hospital.

The competent authorities have initiated an investigation into this collision.
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