Body of child pulled out of sewage tank in Saudi Arabia
The body of a 4-year-old was found in a sewage water tank in Jeddah by Saudi Civil Defense.
Saudi Civil Defense search and rescue teams were able to pull out the body of a 4-year-old Egyptian child who had drowned in a sewage water tank in Jeddah.
The child fell Saturday evening into the tank of one of the residential buildings on Umm Al-Qura Street in Al-Safa District. About eight divers from the Civil Defense worked in shifts over eight hours to search the 12-meter deep tank for the child’s body.
The body has been handed over to investigation authorities to complete procedures.
This was first published on the Saudi Gazette.
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