A Jordanian and his wife died this Friday afternoon, in a terrible traffic accident that occurred on the road between the Saudi capital, Riyadh, and Al-Ahsa Governorate.
According to identical sources, the Jordanian embassy in Riyadh is following up with the competent Saudi authorities the procedures related to the deceased, and taking what is necessary to finish receiving the bodies for burial in Saudi Arabia or transferring them to Jordan.
Last August, a 40-year-old Jordanian woman and her two daughters (of Saudi nationality 17 and 18 years old) died after they had a terrible traffic accident in the Arar region in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
In the details obtained by Roya, the family was on its way back from Jordan to Saudi Arabia, near the city of Arar in the north of the country, towards the Hafr Al-Batin region, before it was exposed to a traffic accident that killed the mother and her two daughters, and injured two other members of the family.
And Saudi ambulance teams worked to transfer the injured to a hospital, where they were admitted to intensive care.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs said that it has followed up through the operations center and the Jordanian embassy in Riyadh all the procedures and completed the procedures related to the burial, as the deceased will be buried with her two daughters in the Hafr Al-Batin region at the request of her relatives, and her relatives have been contacted in the Kingdom and Saudi Arabia.
The Ministry expressed its sincere condolences and sincere sympathy to the families of the deceased and wished a speedy recovery to the injured.
In the same month, a Jordanian family of five died in a painful traffic accident in the Hail region of Saudi Arabia, which resulted in the death of the head of the family, his wife and their three children.
The official spokesman for the ministry, Ambassador Dhaifallah Al-Fayez, said at the time that the ministry is in contact with the Jordanian family to transfer the bodies of the deceased to the Kingdom. He added that the Jordanian embassy in Riyadh followed up the case of the girl, who, before her death, underwent treatment and was in a critical health condition.