Baby Haniya receives treatment in Nizwa Hospital. Photo: Twitter
In a tragic road accident, three members of an Indian family died on the spot on Dubai-Salalah highway. A child is reported to be in critical condition.
Spokesman Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT) Amjed Ullah Khan took to Twitter and gave grave details of the accident.
He said, “Ghouse Ullah of Hyderabad working in Dubai met with an accident on Dubai-Salala highway in which he along with his wife Ayesha & son Hamza died on the spot & minor Haniya admitted in Nizwa Hospital.”
He added, “The minor girl Haniya is in a very serious condition and the dead bodies have been shifted to mortuary, Kindly ask both the Embassy & Consulate to help. Cont Dr Mustaq on +96896484768 for more details.”
The Indian Consulate in Dubai responded to Amjed's tweet.
The Consulate said, “We and our Embassy in Muscat are in touch with the friends and relatives, pls be assured that we will provide all help.”
Oman’s leading newspaper, Times of Oman reported that six people died in the accident. The daily said three citizens and three expatriates died in the crash.
The accident happened late on Friday night.
The police are investigating the cause of the accident.
The model was the only victim whose body was not transferred to her home country India for cremation in view of her severe injuries.
'He was accompanied to the Dubai Police morgue by a sister-in-law who lives in Dubai and I hope to meet up with him this afternoon'
The deceased were identified as Sharat Kumar and Rohit Krishnakumar.
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