Four Bangladeshi expats killed in Qatar minibus crash
Four Qatar residents have died and one man is in critical condition in the hospital after the driver of their minibus lost control of the vehicle and it rolled over several times on the Doha Expressway earlier this week.
The incident happened around 11am on Tuesday, officials at the Bangladesh embassy have said.
The vehicle was carrying eight Bangladeshi passengers from their accommodation near the Wholesale Market to Dukhan Road.
Mohammed Moin Uddin, who was working as a blacksmith, and Mohamed Islamuddin, who was working as a plaster technician and mason, both died on the scene.
Mechanic Muhammed Muhibur and Mohamed Awlad Hussen, who was employed as a laborer, died at the hospital.