13.4 C
Friday, January 21, 2022

Hospitalized mother not told of husband, son’s demise in Al Khor accident


A Bangladeshi woman who has been hospitalized with serious injuries after a weekend road accident has not been told that the crash killed her husband and 10-year-old son, local media reports.

Shahida Parveen’s other son survived the accident, which took place early Saturday morning in Al Khor when their Toyota Prado spun out of control, hit a lamp post and rolled over.

The driver of the vehicle and three other passengers were discharged after treatment, while the driver’s five-year-old son remains in intensive care, the Peninsula reports.

Relatives opted not to tell Parveen, who fractured a rib, hurt her left leg and suffered a cut on her head, about her husband and son’s deaths until she regains some of her strength.

Shakil Khaled, 45, was a senior executive with Commercialbank at its Risk Department. Ameed Khaled, 10, was fourth-grader at DPS-Modern Indian School.

Arrangements are being made to send their bodies to Chittagong in Bangladesh. 

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Related Articles

- Advertisment -

Most Read

Inflation in Qatar reaches record high

The Gulf nation's inflation rate has spiked in the last years, and it could be attributed to the challenges imposed by the global pandemic.  Qatar's...

Subscribe to Doha News below!

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.