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Two killed after lift falls at Karachi office

Incident occurred during maintenance work

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 26, 2021 | Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Mar 26, 2021 | Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Two killed after lift falls at Karachi office

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Two people were killed after a lift at a tissue manufacturing company's office in Karachi fell early Friday morning. The incident took place in Orangi Town while maintenance work was being done. It is being reported that the lift operators showed negligence while fixing it. The deceased have been identified as Abdul Rehman Shah and Ismail. Another person named Saddam was injured. Shah got married six months ago and was made the in-charge of the maintenance work. His father claimed that the company did not make contact with his family after the incident. He has asked for an inquiry into the matter.
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Two people were killed after a lift at a tissue manufacturing company’s office in Karachi fell early Friday morning.

The incident took place in Orangi Town while maintenance work was being done.

It is being reported that the lift operators showed negligence while fixing it.

The deceased have been identified as Abdul Rehman Shah and Ismail. Another person named Saddam was injured.

Shah got married six months ago and was made the in-charge of the maintenance work.

His father claimed that the company did not make contact with his family after the incident.

He has asked for an inquiry into the matter.

 
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