US Embassy expresses regret over accident involving diplomat’s car

US Embassy offers condolences, says will assist Pakistani authorities in investigating the accident.

Web Desk February 15, 2013
The car collided with the motorcycle. PHOTO: ONLINE

ISLAMABAD: The US Embassy in Pakistan expressed “deepest” regrets over the accident involving a diplomat's car which resulted in the death of a Capital Development Authority (CDA) employee in Islamabad.

In a press release issued on Friday, the embassy offered its “heartfelt” condolences to the family of the CDA employee who died and assured full cooperation with appropriate Pakistani authorities on the investigation.

“[We] are working through our local insurance company to address financial questions or concerns,” the statement said.

On Thursday, a sports utility vehicle (SUV) belonging to the US embassy, bearing number plate ICT NK 927, collided with a motorcycle in the capital. As a result, one man on the bike died, while another person and the driver of the car were injured.

“We express our deepest regret for this terrible accident,” said the US Embassy.


Clear Black Bag | 8 years ago | Reply

This has been US' officials favorite hobby that first kill then apologize and regret because they know that Pakistani leaders are generous,broad-minded and always like to forgive doesn't matter how the killers/murderers kill/murder either largely intentionally or less mistakenly??????

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