Arab expat killed, five hurt in traffic mishaps

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 20: An Arab expatriate died and five other people sustained injuries in traffic accidents recorded in the last 48 hours.
The Arab man died when an Egyptian expatriate ran him over at Jahra Industrial Area. Criminal Evidences Men rushed to the scene and his remains were referred to Forensics for autopsy. A case was registered.
A Kuwaiti lady in her 30s sustained injuries in different places of the body when her vehicle turned turtle near Doha Industrial Area. She was referred to Jahra Hospital by paramedics for treatment.
Meanwhile, two Kuwaiti citizens were seriously injured in a traffic accident on the King Fahad Motorway. Paramedics were on hand to carry the injured citizens to Adan Hospital for medical care. In another incident, two cars collided on the Airport Motorway and resulted in injuries to a Kuwaiti citizen. He was referred to the Sabah Hospital by Medical Emergency Personnel for treatment.
And, a youth in his 20s was injured when his vehicle collided with another vehicle on the Arabian Gulf Street. He is receiving treatment in the Amiri Hospital.

Man falls dead: The remains of an unidentified Kuwaiti man who allegedly died inside his home as a result of severe heart attack have been referred to Forensics, reports Al-Shahed daily.
According to security sources the family panicked when the man suddenly collapsed and fell on the floor of his home in Bayan. The area police and paramedics rushed to the spot and found the man in a pool of blood.
The man reportedly fell on his head and that was the reason why there was blood all over the place.

Girl chokes to death: A two-year-old Syrian girl was rushed to the Jahra Hospital but doctors at the hospital tried in vain for 20 minutes to save her life, reports Al-Anba daily.
The victim reportedly choked to death after swallowing a piece of orange.

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