By Ricky Laxa, Staff Writer
A group composed of sixty Filipino bicycle riders in Kuwait were ran over a car driven by an unidentified Arab Friday early morning along the Gulf Road. Twelve were rushed to the Al Amiri and Mubarak Hospitals for treatments, three victims remain in serious conditions.
A group of Filipino bicycle riders on their weekend rides along the Gulf Road were ran over by a car driven by an Arab Friday 4:30 am. The group was headed to meet another group of bikers within KNPC area. A victim and witness to the accident said that they were being tailed by a car and was continuously puffing its gas and somehow it found a gap among riders and rammed its car in the middle of the riders causing the bikers and their bikes flung on different directions and some bikes were even dragged as it escaped.
The car was identified a white Nissan Patrol and plate number was recorded. Twelve were reported injured with wounds and suffered scratched skins. Four of whom are still in the hospitals. Victims includes serious conditions. “One of us is still unconscious amidst bleeding has stopped, another victim had broken ribs causing the lungs…