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Indian expat dies in road accident in Samail
Times News Service
August 23, 2014 , 6 : 23 pm GST
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A 29-year-old Indian has died in a road crash in Samail after his car hit a divider and overturned.
P Najeeb, the victim who hailed from the Indian state of Kerala was working for a private firm in Nizwa.
"Najeeb was on his way to Nizwa from Muscat when the car he was driving crashed into a divider and overturned," informed Shameer P T K, social worker.
Shameer also added that the victim was driving a rent car and was going back to Nizwa "after having met his father" who works in Nakhal.
Najeeb's body is being kept at the Samail Hospital.
"We are processing the required papers to send his body back to Kerala," Shameer said.
The body is likely to be sent on Sunday.
Meanwhile Najeeb's father has been hospitalised following a cardiac arrest on hearing the news of his son.
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August 28 at 4 : 55 pm
May his soul rest in peace
August 27 at 11 : 43 am
Inna Lillahe wainna Elaihe raje oon.....
August 24 at 10 : 08 am
so sad, may the soul rest in peace
August 24 at 9 : 13 am
Matin Taher Shirali
August 23 at 11 : 35 pm
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajiun ?????? ?????? ????????? ???????? ??????????
August 23 at 8 : 35 pm
Very sad news.. Dear all readers please drive your car carefully.. Someone is wating for u in home.
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