Police investigates Jleeb woman’s ‘mysterious’ death

KUWAIT: A firefighter is seen inside the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh apartment where a woman was found dead and another person seriously injured.

KUWAIT: An Asian woman died and another person was hospitalized after suffering from severe suffocation inside an apartment in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh on Wednesday, Kuwait Fire Service Directorate (KFSD) said. Firemen from Jleeb Fire Station and Mubarak Al-Kabeer hazardous substances unit had rushed to the scene in response to an emergency call. An investigation was opened to determine the cause of death, especially since no fire was involved in the incident.

Fatal accident
Two people died and another was critically injured in an accident reported on Jahra Road on Wednesday. Firemen and paramedics rushed to the scene where the accident was reported, but found out after arriving that two of the victims had succumbed to their injuries, while the third was transported to Al-Sabah Hospital with severe injuries. An investigation was opened into the accident. Meanwhile, two motorists were injured when their vehicles collided with each other on Seventh Ring Road on Wednesday. The victims, Kuwaiti and Arab national, were hospitalized with mild injuries. A case was filed to investigate the cause of the accident.

An Asian woman was found dead in her Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh apartment in a case that was classified as suicide according to preliminary investigations. Firefighters who reported to the scene in response to an emergency call found the victim’s body hanging from the ceiling of one of the rooms in her apartment, KFSD said. A case was filed for further investigations.

Landmine explosion
A shepherd from Mali died in an explosion that happened when he stepped on a landmine near Ahmad Al-Jaber Base, said security sources. A case was filed for investigations.

Drug possession
Hawalli detectives arrested a citizen who violated the partial curfew while being under the influence of drugs Police also found drugs in his possession. Case papers indicate that Hawalli patrol officers suspected a vehicle that was driving during the curfew hours, and ordered the driver to pull over. They searched him after noticing that he was acting strangely, and placed him under arrest after finding the drugs. The man was referred to relevant authorities pending further legal action.

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