Thirty-five foreigners killed, four injured in Saudi Arabia's Madinah after bus crashes with heavy vehicle

Thirty-five foreigners were killed and four others injured after a bus crashed with another heavy vehicle in western Saudi Arabia, state media said on Thursday.

Agence France-Presse October 17, 2019 08:10:02 IST
Thirty-five foreigners killed, four injured in Saudi Arabia's Madinah after bus crashes with heavy vehicle
  • Thirty-five foreigners were killed and four others injured after a bus crashed with another heavy vehicle in western Saudi Arabia, state media said on Thursday.

  • The accident on Wednesday involved a collision between 'a private chartered bus... with a heavy vehicle (loader), in Al-Akhal Center in Madinah area' said a spokesman for Madinah police.

  • 'It resulted in the death of (35) and the injury of (4) of its passengers,' the spokesperson added.

RiyadhSaudi Arabia: Thirty-five foreigners were killed and four others injured after a bus crashed with another heavy vehicle in western Saudi Arabia, state media said on Thursday.

Thirtyfive foreigners killed four injured in Saudi Arabias Madinah after bus crashes with heavy vehicle

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The accident on Wednesday involved a collision between "a private chartered bus... with a heavy vehicle (loader), in Al-Akhal Center in Madinah area, resulting in the death of (35) and the injury of (4) of its passengers," a spokesman for Madinah police said, according to the official Saudi Press Agency.

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