A traffic accident in Kerdasa left 7 people injured

A traffic accident in Kerdasa left 7 people injured
A traffic accident in Kerdasa left 7 people injured

7 people were injured in the area of ​​Kerdasa Center, Giza Governorate, with fractures and scattered body wounds, as a result of a microbus accident at the top of the 26th of July corridor towards Lebanon Square in the area of ​​Kerdasa Center.

Report to the emergency police:

The Rescue Police Operations Room, in the Giza Security Directorate, received a report of a traffic accident and the presence of injured people on Kerdasa Road. Immediately, the security services moved to the location of the report in Kerdasa.

It turned out that while the microbus was driving, the steering wheel misfired in the driver’s hand at the top of the road referred to in the Kerdasa range, which caused the car to swerve and overturn, and as a result of the accident, 7 people were injured, and they were transferred to Sheikh Zayed Specialist Hospital to receive the necessary treatment.

The necessary record of the incident was issued, and the Public Prosecution Office took over the investigations.

One person was killed and another injured in a car accident in October

One person was killed, while another was injured, in a car rollover on the central roads in the 6th of October City.

The Rescue Police Operations Room in the Giza Security Directorate received a notification of a traffic accident and the presence of a deceased person on the aforementioned road. Immediately, the security services, supported by two ambulances, moved to the location of the communication.

It was found that during the course of my angel’s car, the steering wheel was misaligned with the driver’s hand, which caused the hoop to deviate and the car to overturn, and the accident resulted in the death of one person and the injury of another, and the body was transported to the morgue, and the injured person was taken to the hospital to receive the necessary treatment.

The necessary record of the incident was issued, and the Public Prosecution Office took over the investigations.