Three expat children killed in Jabal Al Akhdar accident

Energy Monday 25/February/2019 11:45 AM
By: Times News Service
Three expat children killed in Jabal Al Akhdar accident

Muscat: Two sisters, their mother, and one other child were killed in a Jabal Al Akhdar road accident, after the father of the girls lost control of the family car.

An authority at the Sri Lankan School Muscat confirmed that the three children were Afaaf and Nawal Ahmed Zakee, respectively nine years old and 14 years old. The third child was Faiq Ahamed Muazaam, the youngest of the three at six years old. The school also confirmed that the accident was in Jabal al Akhdar, where the father of Afaaf and Nawal lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a fixed object, which led to the unfortunate death of the three children, as well as his wife.

Today, the Sri Lankan School in Muscat conveyed its “heartfelt condolences on the sudden demise of three students, Afaaf hamed Zakee of Year 4, Nawal Ahamed Zakee of Year 9, their beloved mother, and Faiq Ahamed Muazaam of Year 1. May they be granted Jannathul Firdous.”

On Friday, a police spokesperson told Times of Oman “At 12:49, a vehicle crashed and collided with a fixed object on Jabal Al Akhdar before the mountain point. The accident resulted in the death of four persons and serious injury of others.”

Yesterday, the Sri Lankan School in Muscat remained closed to observe the deaths.