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Five workers & four in AIR Ambulance died on the First Day of EXPO 2020 Dubai.

Sad news coming from the EXPO 2020 Dubai. Five workers & four in Air Ambulance died on the first day of EXPO 2020 Dubai.

Five workers & four in AIR Ambulance died on the First Day of EXPO 2020 Dubai
Five workers & four in AIR Ambulance died on the First Day of EXPO 2020 Dubai

More than 200,000 labours working:

The Dubai Expo earlier said that its 200,000 workers who built the site served some 240 million hours in its creation. But, unfortunately, the sad news is that Five workers & four in Air Ambulance died on the first day of EXPO 2020 Dubai.

Four dies in air ambulance crash in Abu Dhabi:

According to local news sources, Two police officers, a doctor and a nurse are no more. Died in an Air Ambulance crash in Abu Dhabi. Police said four people’s casualties is confirm in an air ambulance crash on Saturday. It includes two police officers on duty.

Official confirmation on Twitter:

The authority mourned the death of two pilots on an official Twitter account. Lieutenant Khamis Saeed Al Holy and Lieutenant Nasser Muhammad Al Rashidi and Shahid Ghulam lost their lives. A doctor, and Joel Minto, a nurse. 

Dubai’s Expo 2020 on Saturday:

Five workers lost life on-site during the construction of the massive world’s fair. Unveiling for the first time overall statistics for worker deaths. 

Dubai’s Expo-2020 opens for visitors:

Dubai’s Expo-2020 opens for visitors. The United Arab Emirates expects to welcome about 20 million guests. It is estimated the first universal exhibition was held in the Middle East and the biggest event globally since the start of the Covid-19. Pandemic.

Construction companies UAE:

Ahead of Expo, businesses and construction companies are “forcing workers into hiring untranslated documents. Confiscating their passports, revealing them to extreme working hours in hazardous weather conditions. Providing them with unsanitary housing.

Sconaid McGeachin:

At a press interview, Expo spokesperson Sconaid McGeachin said the information about deaths was previously available to journalists. She said officials would offer more data about losses at a later, general time. Also read about Shaheen Storm in UAE.

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