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Gulf Today Report
A painful accident occurred in the city of Al-Arish in Egypt, where an elderly woman died naturally, while her son died in a traffic accident while coming from the city of Nakhl in central Sinai to bury his mother.
The woman, Zainab Fadlallah, died a natural death, and as soon as he received the message, son Muhammad, who is 46 years old, immediately got into a taxi to come home for the funeral. But he was killed after the car in which he was travelling overturned. A person who was accompanying him was injured in the accident.
Immediately after the accident, the security services of the North Sinai Security Directorate received a report that a car had overturned while travelling on the central road, which resulted in the death of one person and the injury of another.
The concerned authorities sent ambulances to the scene of the accident to transport the body and the other injured person to Al-Arish General Hospital for treatment.
The body of the young man arrived at Al-Arish General Hospital, amid a state of shock and sadness in the city of Al-Arish after the death of the mother and her son.
The son and mother were buried next to each other.
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