3 people were killed and 11 injured when a commercial boat...

01:04 PM

Thursday 09 December 2021

Buhaira – Ahmed Nasra:

The coast of Idku, in the Buhaira governorate, witnessed the sinking of a commercial boat, killing 3 people and injuring 11 others, due to bad weather.

Major General Ahmed Arafat, director of Beheira Security, received a notification of the sinking of a commercial boat that left Alexandria yesterday evening. Due to high waves, bad weather and rain, it became unbalanced in front of the Idku Ferry, which resulted in the death of 3 people and the injury of 11 others.

Eight ambulances were dispatched, and the injured were taken to the Rashid General Hospital, and the bodies were deposited in the hospital mortuary at the Public Prosecution’s disposal for investigation.

Major General Hisham Amna directed the governor of the lake to raise the state of emergency in the hospitals of the Idku and Rashid centers, to deal with the accident.

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