Four expatriates killed in North Doha road accident
August 28 2017 09:34 PM

At least four expatriates were killed in a road accident in northern Doha on Saturday, according to information received.

Sources told Gulf Times that the deaths occurred when two vehicles, one of them an SUV, were involved in a collision about 1km north of Duhail Petrol station.

They said at least three occupants of one of the vehicles were killed on the spot. Two others were severely wounded. One of them later died in hospital.

The bodies of the victims have been kept at Hamad Hospital mortuary.

Two of the dead were identified as Bangladeshi nationals Faisal Ahmed, 28, and Maksood Bux.

Another victim was said to be a Sri Lankan. The identity of the others were not known even though it was reported that they were expatriates.

A social worker of the Indian expatriate community said there were five deaths with both injured men dying in hospital on Sunday.

In a report an online English newspaper from Bangladesh had confirmed the death of two of its nationals in an accident that occurred at a place in Umm Slal town limits.

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