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Two British nationals killed in Maldives road accident

08-08-2011 09:53 BJT

MALE - Maldives police confirmed Sunday that two British nationals found dead early Saturday morning were killed in a road accident.

Jonathan and Emma Gray, from Halifax, were found injured on Saturday on a roadside at the Kuredu Island Resort and Spa where they were staying.

Police spokesman Ahmed Shiyam told Xinhua that a special investigation team from police headquarters was already there and trying to figure out how the accident happened in Kuredu Island Resort.

Management at the resort informed the Maldives Police Service Saturday morning that two of their guests were found with injuries at the roadside of the resort.

Police said an third individual, also believed to be injured in the accident is currently in hospital being treated for the injuries.

 

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: Xinhua

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