Dr. Tamer Marei, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in the Red Sea, said that four cases of people injured in a bus coup in Qena-Safaga road were transferred to Hurghada General Hospital, to complete the remaining tests and rumors.

Dr. Tamer Marei, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in the Red Sea, accompanied Hoda Magrabi, President of Safaga city, to check on the 37 injured people in the Safaga bus accident, who ordered to provide all necessary medical care.

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in the Red Sea confirmed the discharge of the injured today from the hospital, and that all of them are between bruises and abrasions scattered and there are no serious cases

On Friday morning, 37 secondary students were injured in a bus derail from the road that led to its overturning on Qena Safaga road near the ambush of Kilo 5 in Safaga.

Immediately after the accident, 16 ambulances were driven to transport the injured to Safaga Central Hospital. All the injuries were mild bruises and sporadic abrasions..

All of them were students of a secondary school from Qenaweya village in Qena governorate, who were on their way to a private trip to the school in Hurghada.

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Health director inspects injured cases

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Health director inspects injured cases

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Health director inspects injured cases

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Health director inspects injured cases

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Health director inspects injured cases

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Health director inspects injured cases

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