Today, Major General Tariq El-Feki, Governor of Sohag, inspected the health condition of the injured in the Sohag / Red Sea road accident, at Sohag University Hospital, which occurred this morning at the entrance to the new Akhmim city, and resulted in the injury of 33 people.
The governor was accompanied during the inspection of the injured, Dr. Mustafa Abdel-Khaleq, President of Sohag University, Mr. Ahmed Sami Al-Qadi, Deputy Governor, Dr. Magdi Al-Qadi, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, and Dr. Hamdi Saad, Director of the University Hospital in Sohag.
Al-Fiqi reassured the health condition of the injured, directing them to provide all aspects of the necessary medical care, until their recovery, expressing to the injured his sincere wishes for a speedy recovery, and a speedy return to their families.
While 19 people were injured in a pick-up truck loaded with workers accident at the entrance to the new city of Sohag, near the village of Al-Kola, Akhmim district, east of Sohag.
The details of the accident began when Major General Mohamed Abdel Moneim Sherbash, Sohag Security Director, received a notification from the Akhmim Police Station warden stating that a car loaded with workers had overturned on the new Akhmim road.
On examination, it was found that 3 from Menoufia Governorate, Ahmed Abdel-Wanis Ali Al-Borai, 20 years old, had suspected internal bleeding in the brain.
And the injury of 3 from Luxor Governorate: Saleh Taha Ibrahim, 24 years old, with suspected fracture of the left foot, Muhammad Metwally Muhammad, 27 years old, with suspected fracture of the right and left leg, and Youssef Ali Muhammad, 20 years old, with suspected fracture of the right hand and right foot.
The accident also resulted in an injury from Beheira Governorate, they and Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sawy, 29 years old, with suspected fracture of the right hand, Hamada Mabrouk Hamida, 18 years old, with suspected fracture of the left hand and left leg, and Masoud Eid Ismail, 26 years old, with suspected fracture of the left foot and ribs, and two injured from Assiut governorate, Ahmed Mostafa. Abdul Salam 45 years old with suspected fracture of the left foot and suspected fracture of the spine Yassin Abdul-Tawab Abdul Hamid 21 years old with suspected post-concussion.
Abdel-Aal 3 from Mansoura, the uncle of Saeed Ismail, 40, was injured with a suspected fracture of the right leg, Ahmed Mahrous Abdel Salam, 27, with a severe scalp injury, and Taha Ali Sayed, 35, with suspected internal bleeding in the brain.
Also among the injured is Omar Al-Saeed Al-Adwa, 22 years old, with suspected fracture of the right shoulder and post-concussion. He lives in Sohag Governorate, and Hatem Muhammad Bahloul, 26 years old, with suspected post-concussion and suspected internal bleeding in the brain, lives in Naga Hammadi Center, unidentified, 30 years old, with suspected post-concussion.
And two injured from the State of Sudan are Abdul Ghaffar Al-Radi Jibril, 29 years old, with suspected post-concussion, and Ahmed Awad Muhalal, 32, with suspected fracture of the left foot and right hand.
The incident occurred after Major General Mohamed Abdel-Moneim Sherbash, Assistant Minister, Director of Sohag Security, received a report from the Rescue Operations Room stating that a pick-up had overturned on the road at the entrance to the new city of Akhmim, and that there were casualties.
Immediately, Colonel Sherif Tantawi, the commissioner of the Akhmim police station, and Hussein Habarir, head of the local unit of the Akhmim center and city, moved to the scene of the accident.
Through investigations, which were supervised by Major General Mohamed Zain, Director of the Criminal Investigation Department and led by the officers of the investigation unit of Akhmim Police Station, it was found that a pick-up truck loaded with iron and workers overturned when it was turning at the entrance to the new city of Akhmim in the village of Al-Kola. An ambulance was dispatched to the scene of the accident. The critical cases were transferred to Sohag University Hospital, and minor injuries were taken to Sohag General Hospital.