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Cairo, July 31, 2018 -- Four people were killed in the collision of a car and a motorbike on the Alexandria desert road , among them a child. Another three people were injured.

The accident took place at a distance of 52 km  from Alexandria.  Alexandria security directorate was notified and a rescue team was sent to the site of the accident..

The three injured people and the dead were taken Al-Amariya General Hospital.

Investigations into the cause of the accident continue.



MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, July 24, 2018 (MENA) - Five family members were killed and injured on Tuesday in a car accident on Matrouh-Alexandria road.

Two persons were killed and three injured when the car overturned while heading towards Marsa Matrouh.

The injured are reportedly in serious condition and receiving treatment at Dabaa Central Hospital.

The bodies of the dead were sent to the morgue.

The prosecution has been notified and is investigating the accident.

CAIRO, July 15, 2018 (MENA) - Police arrested three persons, two women and one man, involved in the death of three children whose decomposed bodies were found in a street in Giza governorate last week.

The bodies were found on Maryutia Road, Giza wrapped in black plastic bags and a carpet and dumped at the side of the road.

Investigations showed that the mother of the children was trying to get rid of their bodies after they suffocated to death and were partly burnt in a fire that caught their apartment while she was at work. 

The driver of a tuk tuk that was used in ditching the dead bodies in the morning of July 10, turned himself in and told police that two women carrying two plastic bags and a carpet asked him to drive them to Maryutia road, denying being aware of their crime. 

Forensic reports proved that the children were burnt and suffocated to death, suggesting that they were trapped in a place where a fire broke out. 

It turned out that their mother was working in a nightclub and that she is used to leaving them at night all alone. When she came the next morning, she found that their room caught fire and that they suffocated to death.

With the help of her friend, she wrapped them in plastic bags and a carpet and threw them on the road.

NDA tests showed that the three children, aged 2, 4 and 5 years old, are of the same mother but different fathers.

Police raided the apartment and found there were signs of a fire in one of the rooms.

Investigations proved that the fire was caused by flames from a match that quickly licked around flammable items of the locked room like clothes and furniture.

MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, July 12 , 2018 (MENA) - Eight people were killed and 17 others injured after a bus collided with a truck on Alexandria-Matrouh highway.

Marsa Matrouh security chief Hisham Nasr was notified by Ras el-Hikma Hospital for Emergency and Relief that the hospital had received the bodies of eight victims along with 27 persons who were wounded in the accident.

The prosecution was notified to start investigations into the accident.

MINYA, Upper Egypt, July 6, 2018 (MENA) – Thirteen people were killed and six others injured in a road accident in Beni Mazar town, Minya governorate, Upper Egypt, said spokesman for the Ministry of health Khaled Megahed.

The spokesman added that 13 ambulances rushed to scene to moved the wounded to hospitals and the killed to Beni Mazar morgue.

The accident occurred after a passenger bus collided with a truck, causing the casualties.

The prosecution was notified to start investigations.


NAIROBI, July 4, 2018 (News Wires) – Nine people were killed and dozens injured when a bus and truck collided early on Wednesday on a busy highway southeast of Kenya’s capital, media reported.

The accident, which resulted in a fireball that incinerated both vehicles, took place near the town of Email, 125 km southeast of Nairobi, television station NTV reported.

Pictures published by Kenya’s Daily Nation newspaper showed a blackened shell of a truck on its side with wreckage strewn around it.

The injured were taken to a nearby hospital, the Nation reported.

Road accidents kill between 3,000 and 13,000 Kenyans every year, according to the latest statistics on the website of the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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