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Updated At: Jan 10, 2023 12:34 PM (IST)
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Kuwait City, January 10
An Indian was among the four expatriates who died when they were hit by a speeding car on Balajat Street in Kuwait’s Salmiya city, a media report said.
The victims were crossing the street when a car driven by a Kuwaiti citizen hit the four men before skidding and colliding with a concrete barrier on Monday night, the Indians in Kuwait website reported.
The others who died in the incident include an Egyptian, a Jordanian and an African citizen.
A few others who were on the road were also injured in the mishap.
The driver, who suffered fractures, was taken to the hospital.
Further details are awaited. IANS
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