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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
In a tragic incident, two Asian maidservants living in Bur Dubai died after inhaling toxic fumes from burning coal in their sponsor’s villa.
The villa’s owner found them dead and informed the police.
The burning coal, kept in a bowl, was meant to keep them warm in the cold weather. Unfortunately, it emitted carbon monoxide which ultimately killed them. They died in their sleep.
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Experts from the Crime Scene Department reportedly found the windows of the room locked, preventing the room from being clear of the poisonous air.
The skivvies were rushed to hospital and given first aid, but they were already dead.
Residents have been urged to inform their servants over the dangers of burning coal inside their flats or homes, with the windows locked.
This is the first incident of its kind this year.
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