PACDA: Missing Indian boy traced in Musandam

The rescue team of Public Authority for Civil Defence (PACDA) in Musandam on Wednesday informed that it has recovered the body of an Indian teenager who was swept away in flash floods from Wadi Sheis in Sharjah, UAE.

PACDA was noted of the incident by the Madha police on in November 18, who felt he would have been swept away in the direction of Musandam.

Following this communication, teams were formed from the Royal Oman Police, PACDA in Musandam for combing operations around Wadi al Sarouj dam in Madha. State was combed.

As the local UAE media reports, the Albert Joy’s  father has rushed with his passport to Oman.

The 18-year-old is a student at a RAK engineering college and is survived by his parents’ Joy, Valsamma and a sister.

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