“Peugeot does not have a trace” .. Details of a terrible accident that killed 6 workers

“Peugeot does not have a trace” .. Details of a terrible accident that killed 6 workers
“Peugeot does not have a trace” .. Details of a terrible accident that killed 6 workers

02:02 PM

Monday October 18 2021

Books – Muhammad Shaban:

The inspection of the security services in the Giza Security Directorate revealed the circumstances of the accident of a truck with a trailer and a taxi carrying workers in the south of the governorate, today, Monday.

It was found that the transport vehicle collided with the back of a Peugeot car that was parked on the side of the road, and there was a tractor in front of it in the form of “pincers”.

The inspection described the last scene of the tragic accident, “The Peugeot does not have a trace,” referring to its transformation into a piece of scrap, with 6 deaths and two injured people being transferred to Al Haram Hospital for treatment.

The head of the Badrashin Center, in coordination with the Giza Traffic Department, paid the necessary equipment to remove the effects of a collision on the Middle Ring Road.

The accident resulted in the death of: Sayed Imad Abu Hashem, Hamza Abdel Azim Ghoneim, Imad Ismail Alyan, Muhammad Ismail Alyan, Badr Al-Aswad and Walid Zakri.

The operations room official at the General Directorate of Giza Traffic received a signal from the Emergency Police Department that a terrible accident had occurred and that there were dead and injured people on the aforementioned road.

Examination and inspection revealed that a truck-trailer collided with another Peugeot that was carrying workers on their way to 6th of October City.

The accident resulted in the death of 6 people and the injury of others, and the wreckage of the accident is being removed and traffic is returning to normal again.

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