Irish Person Killed In Dubai Crash- Reports

An Irish person is among the 17 people killed in a bus crash in Dubai, according to reports.

The vehicle is believed to have been travelling from Oman with 31 passengers on board.

At least 11 Indian nationals are also reported as among the dead in the collision that occurred yesterday, Thursday 06 June.


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