Filipina nurse Celeste Mamon Centino, 28, who was injured in a road traffic accident on April 21 near Dar Al Salam Mall in Abu Hamour, has been discharged from hospital.
Cheryl Mae Ayugat Wawey, 30, who was her colleague at Premium Naseem Al Rabeeh Medical Centre, near Haloul Roundabout, died in the accident after suffering severe head injuries.
The body of Wawey was repatriated to northern Philippines on April 26, the Assistance To Nationals (ATN) of the Philippine embassy in Doha told Gulf Times.
The ATN said they immediately shipped Wawey’s body after getting the clearance from the authorities. The embassy is awaiting the result of the police investigation.
Centino's brother told Gulf Times that she has to see the doctor regularly for check-ups. She had the chance to see her colleague’s body before it was repatriated back home, ATN added.
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