New details in the mystery of the hidden microbus in Egypt

An Egyptian media revealed new details in the incident of the mystery of the news circulating about the fall of a microbus in the Nile River in the Sahel region, and its disappearance with its passengers, and no traces of the microbus or passengers have been found so far, despite continuous search attempts.

The managing editor of the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Watan, journalist Sami Abdel-Radi, said that the next few hours may witness new developments in the incident known as the "Sahel Microbus." , and the fall of an object in the Nile.

The Egyptian journalist added, in televised statements to the CBC satellite channel, that his newspaper quoted him as saying that there is a new development that confirms that this communication is not out of the blue, as the security services obtained a video clip from the surveillance cameras documenting the fall of a white object in the Nile at two o'clock in the afternoon, and this gave them Indicating that an accident occurred.

He pointed out that something fell in the Nile, but the camera did not clarify what this thing is due to the distance, explaining that the river rescuers came to the site, as well as the Giza detectives, and found traces of glass on the bridge in the intended place, and discovered that it belongs to "Tuk Tok". "He hit the metal fence a day or two before this accident, and the tuk-tuk driver was injured.

He pointed out that all these details indicate that the scene is ambiguous, and there are many question marks, the first of which is that the divers did not find any trace of this white mass, and indicated that the security leaders are investigating the incident.

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