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12 people injured in a truck-bus collision on the Western Ring Road in Riyadh

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Western Ring Road in Riyadh

Truck-bus Collision – Western Ring Road in Riyadh

12 people were injured as a result of a truck-bus traffic accident that occurred today (Saturday) on the Western Ring Road in Riyadh.

The official spokesman for the Red Crescent Authority in the Riyadh region, Yasser Al-Jalajel, explained that the accident was a collision between a passenger bus and a truck and that the injuries were between medium and serious.

All injured cases were transferred through emergency teams to King Salman Hospital, King Saud Medical City, Al-Iman Hospital, and Al Habib Hospital.

Western Ring Road
Western Ring Road
Western Ring Road

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