Two Keralites killed in car accident in England

UK accident
Site of accident, Bins Rajan

London: Two Keralites were killed in a car accident at Cheltenhalm town in Gloucester, England.

The deceased are Bins Rajan, 32, of Kunakkal in Muvattupuzha, and Archana Nirmal, hailing from Kollam. Three family members of the deceased were injured.

The incident occurred around 11.15 am on the A-46 Road at Pegglesworth on Monday when the car in which the duo were travelling collided head on with a lorry. Traffic was disrupted here for hours due to the accident. (The A46 is a major road in England.)

The two friends were going to the house of another friend in Oxford when the tragic accident happened. They were accompanied by their family members.

Bins's wife Anagha, their two-year-old child, and Archana's husband Nirmal Ramesh, hailing from Vallachira in Pathanamthitta, were injured in the accident.

Anagha and the child have been admitted to the NHS Hospital in Oxford. The condition of the child is reportedly very serious.

It was in last August that Bins, Anakha and the child reached the UK. Anagha is a student at the University of Bedfordshire in Luton.

The office-bearers of the national-level forum of the UK Malayalis "UUKMA" are coordinating with the relatives over bringing the bodies to Kerala.

Oman accident
Sharafudeen, 54, was killed in a road accident at Salan Roundabout in Sohar city in Oman on Monday

Thrissur native killed in mishap in Oman

In another tragic case involving a Keralite, a report from Muscat confirmed that a native from Thrissur, Sharafudeen, 54, was killed in a road accident at Salan Roundabout in Sohar city in Oman on Monday.

Sharafudeen of Thaikoottathil House at Edakazhiyoor in Chavakad was returning after signing an agreement with his sponsor when the accident occurred.

He was working in Muscat earlier and recently he returned here after he joined a private firm in Shinas.

Sharafudeen is survived by wife Shakila and brother Nishad. He is the son of Ayamu and Amina, and brother of the late Nooruddin,

The body will be laid to rest in Sohar itself after completing all official procedures.


Thiruvananthapuram native dies in Oman

 Thiruvananthapuram native, Biju, 51, passed away in Oman on Monday. He was the son of the late Sathyadas, of Kuzhivilayail at Ooman Pallikara, once a leading advocate in Kilimanoor.

Biju was living in Wadi Kabir in Muscat along with his wife Smitha and five-year-old daughter Shivani. His son is a student of Gokulam School in Attingal.  

The body will be taken to the native place after completing formalities in Oman.    



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