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Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM! 4 Dead In Saudi Arabia BUS CRASH.........UP NEXT PLANE & TRAIN DOOM?


One DOOM event took place this Sunday involving one of the three modes of transportation:
  1. Planes
  2. Trains 
  3. Automobiles i.e. Bus
First DOOM is Automobiles or Bus

22 APRIL 2018 SAUDI BUS/TANKER CRASH 4 DEAD

Four Britons killed and 12 injured in Saudi Arabia coach crash Victims on pilgrimage when vehicle collides with fuel tanker 

Four British nationals have died and 12 others have been injured in a coach crash in Saudi Arabia, a travel company has said.  The victims were on a pilgrimage on Saturday when their coach was hit by a fuel tanker, according to Hashim Travel. The truck then caught fire, setting the bus alight, it said.  A woman aged in her 60s from Blackburn, Lancashire, an elderly woman and her adult son, from Preston, Lancashire, and an elderly man, also from Preston, died in the crash near the town of Al Khalas, said Blackburn-based travel firm Hashim Travel.The driver of the petrol tanker is also said to have died, while other coach passengers were treated for fractures.  A young child is believed to be among those injured.  The coach had 18 people on board and was travelling from Mecca to Medina when the collision took place near the town of Al Khalas, around 30 miles north of Mecca.  Source

Next....PLANE DOOM????


Next....TRAIN DOOM????



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