3 ambulance teams deal with the collapse of a commercial tower...

• Rescue of two people trapped under the rubble

• Treatment of 4 injuries at the site … and no deaths

The security authorities and emergency teams of the Eastern Health and Red Crescent and Civil Defense undertook the site of the collapse of the commercial tower in Khobar.

The civilian of Al-Khobar has rescued two people trapped under the rubble of the collapsing accident, and the search for others continues.

Al-Youm learned that Al-Sharqiya health department participated in 3 emergency teams, as no deaths were recorded, while the number of minor injuries that were treated at the same site was only 4 injuries.

One of those affected, Omar Yahya, stated that he works in a company inside the damaged tower, stressing that his car was damaged as the collapse occurred as soon as he arrived at his office.

A ground landing caused the evacuation of the most important commercial tower along the “Khobar – Dammam” road, which was completely evacuated from the employees in the interest of their safety.

The competent authorities started the accident, as teams from the Red Crescent and Civil Defense rushed to the site, and from the initial inspection it became clear that there were damage, accidental cracks, and a ground landing in the employees’ car parks.

One of the people working in the tower opposite the damaged tower stated to Al-Youm that warning sirens sounded for them and the towers opposite the damaged tower were evacuated. And fast on site.

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