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State of health and names of the 16 injured in the Adabiya accident on the Sokhna road



State of health and names of the 16 injured in the Adabiya accident on the Sokhna road

Medical sources in Suez governorate reported that the health condition of the 16 people involved in an overturned bus accident on the Ain Sokhna – Suez road varied between abrasions, fractures and injuries. Necessary health care was provided to the injured and competent people. authorities continue to investigate the incident.

Statement on the state of health of 16 people injured in the Adabiya accident

Medical sources from Suez Governorate reported that the health status of those injured in an overturned bus accident on the Sokhna-Suez road, opposite Mizan Al-Adabiya, is as follows:

1_ Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Fattah, 23, resident of Suez, was injured with a suspected dislocation of the left shoulder, as well as abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body.

2- Gharib Ahmed Al-Baghdadi Shehata, 36 years old, resident of Suez, suffering from abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body.

3- Mahmoud Abdel Fattah Ali Hussein, 46 years old, resident in Suez, suffering from abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body.

4- Muhammad Abadi Ali Muhammad, 44 years old

Since Suez, he suffered abrasions, bruises and various injuries to his face and body.

5 – Shahad Ghareeb Sayed, 35 years old, from Suez. The injury was likely a fracture of the left leg, abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body.

6- Lina Samir Kamel, 43, from Suez, suffered abrasions, contusions and various injuries to her face and body.

7- Amr Ismail Abou Al-Futouh Ismail

42 years old, living in Suez. The injury was suspected to be diabetes in the left leg and various abrasions, bruises and injuries to the face.

8 – Adel Sayed Ahmed Obaid, 47 years old

In Menoufia, he reportedly suffered a suspected fracture of his right leg and right arm, as well as abrasions, contusions and various injuries to his face and body.

9 – Walid Mustafa Ahmed Ali, 44 years old, from Suez. The injury was likely a broken right leg, abrasions, contusions and various facial injuries.

10 – Karim Samir Sayed Ali, 42 years old,

At Tanta Gharbiyya, injuries included abrasions, bruises and various wounds to the face and body.

11- Ahmed Mustafa Abdel Rahim, 23 years old, from Suez. The injuries consisted of abrasions, bruises and various injuries to the face and body.

12 – Ashraf Wahid Attia, 52 years old, originally from

Suez, the injury is a suspected fracture of the right leg and various abrasions, bruises and facial injuries.

13- Mahmoud Ibrahim Suleiman, 53, from Suez, bus driver.

Suspected fracture of the left leg, abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body

14 – Hamdi Khairy Muhammad, 44 years old, from Suez. The injury was suspected of a spinal fracture, abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body.

15 – Omar Muhammad Ahmed, 20 years old, from Suez. The injury was a suspected fracture of the chest ribs, a suspected fracture of the spine and various abrasions, contusions and injuries to the face and body.

16- Moamen Mahmoud Suleiman, 33 years old, from

Suez, the injury was suspected of a fracture of the spine and left leg, as well as abrasions, contusions and various injuries to the face and body.

11 cars participated in transporting the injured to the Suez medical complex

An accident was reported involving a minibus, No. TSQ 3943, loaded with workers, on a slope from the top of the road in front of Suez Public Beach in Mizan Al-Adabiya, Ain Sokhna Road, Suez, towards Sweat. A field hospital was created in place of the report until civil protection arrived as reinforcements and classified the injured as second priority. The accident resulted in the transfer of 16 injured people from the accident site to the Suez Medical Complex Hospital.

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