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One individual was tragically slain and three were extricated from the debris in the downfall of an antiquated hotel in Sudan (illustrations and footage).

A part of the Olympia Park Hotel in Port Sudan collapsed in the Red Sea this morning, Saturday, according to the Sudanese News Agency.

One person was killed and 3 were rescued from the rubble in the collapse of an ancient hotel in Sudan (photos and video)

– Al Sharq Newspaper – Qatar (@alsharq_portal) March 4, 2023

Police Brigadier General Ahmed Muhammad Humaidan, Director of the Civil Defense Forces in the Red Sea State, stated that immediately after the notification of the collapse was received at the emergency room in the locality, the specialized civil defense units moved immediately under the supervision of the Director of the Civil Defense Forces in the Red Sea State, where they were able to reach the people trapped under the rubble and were able to rescue three People survived with minor injuries, while a fourth person died.

According to the agency, the hotel is one of the ancient buildings in the city and consists of two floors. The Civil Defense Forces were able to control the situation after five hours of continuous work.

newspaper reported "the ride" Local,.that a hotel "Olympia Park" Partially collapsed at dawn today, Saturday.

The Red Sea police did not disclose the causes of the collapse, nor the number of injured people in the accident so far, nor whether there were damages in other buildings around the hotel.

The newspaper stated that the hotel "Olympia Park" It consists of two floors, and is considered one of the ancient buildings in the city of Port Sudan, according to the police press office.




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