Dubai based Indian family, who went on a weekend recreational getaway in Salalah, Oman has ended on a tragedy note, leaving three family members dead in a crash. An Indian couple and their eight-month-old baby boy died in the crash, while their three-year-old daughter is battling for life at an Omani hospital.
The unfortunate accident also killed three Omani natives and the incident took place on the UAE to Salalah highway. The deceased have been identified as Gousulla Azmathullah Khan, his wife Ayesha Siddique, and their baby boy Hamza Khan. It is reported that Omanis’ natives vehicle has overturned, which made the Indian family’s car crashed into it. The news left Gousulla Khan and Ayesha’s family members in grief and shock. But, it left everyone’s hearts heavy looking at their three-year-old, who is recovering. Family members are worried about the girl and her future without parents. Khan family resided in UAE since May 2015.
Dr Mushtaq Ahmed, a lecturer at Nizwa College of Technology and member of the Omani-Indian community group Deccan Wings, said the group has been helping the family with all needs. “We have been extending all possible help. At present, the baby is showing minor improvements. Hyderabadis in Oman came forward to locate the family members within an hour of us releasing the information.”
At present, the mortal remains of the couple and eight-months-old have been flown back to India at their residence. Oman embassy is assisting the family and Hyderabad-based spokesperson and ex-corporator Amjed Ullah Khan tweeted photos of the accident to the Consulate General of India in Dubai. to which the consulate replied: “We and our Embassy in Muscat are in touch with the friends and relatives, please be assured that we will provide all help.”