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Saudi King Salman visits site, victims of crane collapse in Makkah

He also visited the site of the incident and said that an investigation into the cause of the collapse is underway

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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman arrived in Makkah on Saturday where he visited the victims of a deadly crane collapse in the Grand Mosque.

He also visited the site of the incident and said that an investigation into the cause of the collapse is underway.

King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman visits Grand Mosque day after crane collapses and kills 107 people.  (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman visits Grand Mosque day after crane collapses and kills 107 people. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman speaks with one of the wounded in the Makkah crane collapse. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman visits Grand Mosque day after crane collapses and kills 107 people.  (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman visits Grand Mosque day after crane collapses and kills 107 people. (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman visits Grand Mosque day after crane collapses and kills 107 people.  (Photo courtesy: SPA)
King Salman visits Grand Mosque day after crane collapses and kills 107 people. (Photo courtesy: SPA)