The hashtag “# Suez Bridge” was published on social media, after the collapse of an eight-story property, killing five people and wounding 24 others, while the efforts of the Civil Protection Forces and the people to search for missing people under the rubble continued.
The early hours of Saturday morning witnessed a new disaster, which was the collapse of a property in the Suez Bridge area in Cairo, which resulted in the death of 5 people and the injury of 23 others.
The accident came a few hours after a collision of two trains in Sohag governorate, which caused the death of 32 people and the injury of more than 165 others.
Ambulances transported the injured in the accident of a property collapse in the Gisr al-Suez area, al-Salam District, to Al-Salam Hospital and Ain Shams General Hospital, where 40 ambulances were paid to the site of the accident.
The Civil Protection Forces continue to remove rubble at the collapsed Suez Bridge property.
The Central Operations Room in Cairo Governorate had received a notification at dawn today of the collapse of a building consisting of a basement, a ground floor, and 9 repeated floors in Al-Refrigerator Street, the Omar Ibn Al-Khattab division, next to Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Metro Station (Al-Salam District 1).
The governor of Cairo, Major General Khaled Abdel Aal, moved to the site of the accident, accompanied by the Civil Protection Forces, ambulance, security leaders and all executive agencies in the governorate to follow up on the rescue operations of the residents of the property, as 24 cases were transferred to Al Salam and Ain Shams hospitals, with five deaths.
The governor of Cairo decided to form an engineering committee to examine the properties adjacent to the collapsed property and to indicate the extent to which they are affected by the collapse, with the waste resulting from the accident removed as soon as the Public Prosecution finishes the inspection.
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