Kuwaiti consulate following up closely LA road accident

WASHINGTON, June 27 (KUNA) — Kuwait Ambassador to United States Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah asserted Monday keenness of Kuwaiti diplomatic missions in following up investigation on the road accident in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, which resulted in the killing of two Kuwaiti students.
In a statement on behalf of the embassy in Washington, General Consulate in Los Angeles and Kuwait Health Office, Ambassador Salem Al-Sabah said they are monitoring closely development of the tragic accident.
The ambassador also affirmed that all Kuwaiti diplomatic missions in the US will work closely with the US correspondents to complete official procedures and return the deceased’s bodies back home.
Sheikh Salem also conveyed his deep condolences to the victims’ families.
The students have been killed in a road accident in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles earlier today.
The victims have been identified as Abdulwahab Hamad Al-Ali and Mubarak Al-Kshout, while the identity of a third person involved is currently being investigated, a statement by the consulate noted. (pickup previous) sd.mb