Pakistani boy died in UAE and His body has been shifted to...

Pakistani boy died in UAE and His body has been shifted to forensic laboratory.

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His body has been shifted to forensic laboratory.
His body has been shifted to forensic laboratory.
Sharjah (News Desk) – A Pakistani youth has died after a coking gas cylinder exploded in the UAE state of Sharjah while another youth is undergoing treatment in critical condition. According to Gulf News, the incident took place on December 28 in a shop in the Al-Sajja area of ​​Sharjah, which was used as a junkyard. He suddenly exploded when he cut the cylinder of a Pakistani youth, seriously injuring him and a friend who were rushed to Al-Qasimi Hospital in critical condition. He died on January 2 after a four-day life-and-death struggle with severe injuries.
His body has been shifted to forensic laboratory.
Her 29-year-old friend, who is currently being treated in the hospital’s ICU, is also in critical condition. The Pakistani owner of the mine said that the deceased Pakistani youth was his son-in-law, who was working at the mine of his junkyard. He had gone to work on the day of the incident. Meanwhile, her son-in-law was cutting a 50-pound gas cylinder to make scrap and sell it.
A friend of his was also sitting nearby talking. When the cylinder exploded, both were seriously injured. Her son-in-law called and said in an anxious voice that his whole body was burning with fire. An ambulance should be sent immediately. He called the national ambulance, but within minutes, the two young men were badly burned. They were rushed to Qasmi Hospital. Unfortunately, her son-in-law died while in the ICU for several days. The incident is being investigated by the Al-Sajja police station.