Syrian girl killed as fire ravages Spring Camp in Jahra area
Two women dead in crash
A Syrian girl was killed while her mother and brother were injured when a fire broke in a Jahra spring camp yesterday, said security sources. Firemen rushed to the scene shortly after the fire was reported, but the victim had already succumbed to her injuries by the time they arrived, the sources added. Public Relations Director at Kuwait Fire Service Directorate (KFSD) Khalil Al-Amir extended condolences to the victim’s family. He also urged campers to avoid using electric-powered heaters inside or around tents, and switch off power generators before falling asleep.
Two Kuwaiti women were killed after losing control over their vehicle, which turned over near King Fahad highway yesterday. Firefighters, paramedics and police arrived to the scene in response to an emergency call, and soon discovered that the victims had died. The bodies were taken to the coroner. Meanwhile, a case was filed to investigate the causes of the accident. Separately, a policeman was killed and his companion was gravely injured after losing control over their vehicle which turned over along the Sixth Ring Road, said security sources.
A fire drill was recently conducted at the central prison to familiarize both prison guards and inmates with the standard procedures to follow in case of a fire, said security sources noting that the drill was organized by the civil defense, KFSD and attended by the correctional facilities, forces and doctors.
Ahmadi municipality recently inspected Sabahiya, Mangaf, Abo Hlaifa, Jaber Al-Ali and Fahaheel industrial areas to stop street vendors and remove violations, said Ahamdi municipality manager Fahad Al-Shetaili noting, that the tour resulted in filing nine citations for bad health condition, hiring labor without health certificates, using expired health licenses and road blockage.