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36-year-old worker in UAE died after being crushed by a crane

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A 36-year-old worker has died in Sharjah after being crushed by a crane. 

A crane fell on the Asian on Thursday morning at Sharjah’s Al Madam. 

The Sharjah Police and paramedics rushed to the site soon after they received a report. 

He died on the spot. 

The local authorities are not investigating the incident to ensure that there was no foul play involved. 

Ryan Namia
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