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4 Keralites die in Saudi mishap

Published: 18th September 2012 12:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th September 2012 02:17 PM   |  A+A-

Four  Keralites were among  13 people  killed  when a chemical tanker and a bus collided  in Jubail in Saudi Arabia on Monday. 

The bus carried employees of Nasser S Al Hajri Corporation, a construction company owned by industrialist Ravi Pillai of Kollam.

 The deceased are  Abdul Aziz, 40, and  Salim, 42, from Kozhikode,  Yaqoob, 28, of  Malappuram and Jayajoji Jayadevan, 42, of Kollam.

Abdul Aziz hailing from Kodencherry panchayat is survived by wife and two children.

Salim  of Pilasseri is survived by wife and three children.

Yaqoob, of Pandikkad Pallippati in Malappuram, is survived by wife and a daughter.

Jayajoji Jayadevan, of Kuttikkadu, Mayyanadu near Kollam,  is survived by wife Usha and two children.

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