Pictures of the AlDoha’s accident, which resulted in 5 deaths so far and 10 injuries transferred to AlFarwaniya hospital.
Allah ykafekom eshar.
^These people get on my nerves.
Lay muta hlshabab ma yta3thoun??!! Don’t they ever think of their family? friends, loved ones?! m3awreeen gloub ahlhum!
The car was invented for a primary function, getting u from a-b! But sadly its all about psychological attributes is what concerns them in a car.
You know every country faces environmental hazards whether its Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Terrorism basically the “uncontrolable” Tragedies! and yet we live in a safe country el7imidllah and bitch about the occasional dust and what’s gonna kill is car accidents?! That feels stupid! I really hope that the ministry of interior takes some action in this relative case of car accidents we’re having. Its really sad that we can’t control it 🙁
allahuma ir7am eljamee3, wishafi elmu9abeen, w9abr ahl elmutawfeen wtmisa7 3la galbhum ya ar7am elra7meen
it is so sad to hear this,,, allah yir7am elle towafaw… o ehadee el shabab elle mithilhom,,,
Inna lillah wa inna ilaihi raji3oon.
Allah yer7amhom we9aber ahalhom.
I’m guessing they, like many people, never thought that these things would ever happen to them. I just don’t know how long hope is going to last in our hearts. It’s just going to keep going downhill from here. I’m not trying to be a pessimist, but realistically speaking, the more we advance the more tragic out lives become.
The reason for DAILY fatal accidents in Kuwait, a country with the best roads an cars, is but one: Poor attitude.
Unfortunately, no matter how much resources are pumped into the system, attitude and respect can’t be brought.
There was NO reason these people died, except for a bad choice they made for themself. Accidents are a painful way to die, pain for the person and the family he/she leaves behind.
For all it’s worth, let’s give it one thought before speeding next time.
I think it is time to force the installation of speed limiters on cars with drivers under the age of 21, like Australia did.