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3 Bangladeshis die in Saudi Arabia road crash

Published : Friday, 27 November, 2020 at 4:06 PM  Count : 152

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Three Bangladeshi nationals died and another was injured when two microbuses collided in Taif Turbah area of Saudi Arabia on Thursday morning.

The deceased were identified as Mashuk Ahmed, 35, son of Abdul Khaleque, and Abdus Shukkur, 32, son of Nur Ahmad, hailing from Kuwrermati village in Kanaighat upazila of Sylhet; and microbus driver Siraj Uddin, 40, from Gangarjal village of Jakiganj upazila in the district.

It was learnt that a microbus collided head on with another one while they were going to work, leaving two dead on the spot and two others critically injured.

The injured were taken to a hospital where another succumbed to his injuries.

Injured Jalal Ahmmed, from Bayampur village in Kanaighat municipality, is undergoing treatment at a hospital in Taif Turbah with critical condition.

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