Mangaluru: Three from DK die in ghastly road accident in Saudi Arabia

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Feb 4: In a ghastly road accident that occurred at Al Hassa of Saudi Arabia, three natives of Dakshina Kannada (DK) died on the night of Friday February 3 night. In total, four non-resident employees lost their lives in the accident. One is a Bangladesh national.

It is said that the accident occurred as a camel ran across the car. The deceased are identified as Rizwan from Kadike near Haleangadi, Shihab from Krishnapura Surathkal, Akil, a resident of Bengare in Mangaluru and Nasir from Bangladesh.

The accident occurred on Khurais national highway of Al Hassa in Riyadh province of Saudi Arabia.

Rizwan had gone to Saudi Arabia just four months ago on employment. He is the only son of Badruddin and Aleema couple. He is survived by parents and three sisters.

All the deceased are the employees of a company in Saudi Arabia. They were on their way to work in the night. The driver of the car could not control the vehicle as the camel appeared suddenly on the road.

The mortal remains of all the four were shifted to Al Hassa Hospital. Leaders of organizations of Mangaluru in Riyadh are trying to make arrangements to repatriate the bodies of natives of Dakshina Kannada, it is learnt.






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