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Man buried alive in sand collapse at Ras Al Khaimah construction site

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Feb. 20, 19 | 8:39 am

An Asian man was buried alive at a construction site at Ras Al Khaimah last Monday.

As the worker dug holes, he fell on the partially dug hole and got stuck as a sand collapse occurred – where more sand came pouring in from above at the Dahan area at RAK, as per a report from Ras Al Khaimah’s Al Rams Net.

Director of the Department of Civil Defense in Ras Al Khaimah Brigadier Mohammed Abdullah Al Zaabi said that their team attempted to rescue the man when they received the report, but it was too late.

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. انهيار رملي يودي بحياة آسيوي في رأس الخيمة توفي آسيوي في العقد الثالث من عمره أمس الأول جراء انهيار رملي في أحد المواقع الكائنة في منطقة دهان برأس الخيمة وفق ما ذكرت الإتحاد وقال العميد محمد عبد الله الزعابي مدير إدارة الدفاع المدني برأس الخيمة: «ورد بلاغ إلى غرفة العمليات من أحد الأفراد يفيد بحدوث انهيار رملي في المنطقة المذكورة، وسقوط كتل رملية على أحد الأشخاص، ليتم على وجه السرعة إرسال فرق الإسعاف والإنقاذ إلى الموقع بمشاركة فرق الإسعاف الوطني». وذكر أن الفرق بمجرد وصولها الموقع اتضح لها وجود أحد الأشخاص الآسيويين الذي كان يعمل على تنفيذ بعض من أعمال الحفر في المنطقة الرملية ليتعرض إلى انهيار كتل رملية عليه، الأمر الذي أدى إلى انحصاره داخل الحفرة التي غمرت بالرمال بشكل جزئي.٠

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Observatory experts say Shawwal crescent moon might not show today

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Pakistan plane crashes with 107 on board

Pakistan plane crashes with 107 on board

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