DNA to determine their identity.. The remains of the British were collected on the Red Sea boat in 3 bags

Egyptian sources revealed that the body parts that were found in The burning Red Sea boat It is divided into 3 bags.

The sources told that the Egyptian crews collected body parts found on the burning boat, including bones and a rib cage, and distributed them into 3 bags in preparation for DNA analysis to determine whether they belonged to the three tourists or only one or two of them.

The authorities continue to search for other body parts in the boat, especially since the charring of the bodies was a major obstacle.

On Thursday morning, the first body of the three tourists was found, and sources confirmed to that the corpse was found completely charred inside the boat after the specialized crews were able to enter it, examine its wreckage, and inspect its contents.

The authorities transferred the body to the morgue and placed it at the disposal of the judicial authorities, in order to conduct a DNA analysis and identify its identity, while the authorities continue to search for the other two bodies inside the boat.

Information that was revealed decided the fate of the three missing Britons who were on board the Marsa Alam boat, which was burned last Sunday in the waters of the Red Sea, south of Egypt.

Sources revealed to that the three missing persons, a woman named “Christine Koonen” and two men, “Stephen Hill” and “Paul Darling”, were inside their rooms on board the boat at the moment the fire broke out, and one of them got out of the room to try to escape and returned again. But he managed to get out, adding that he may have tried to go back to search and get his phone and passport or some of his personal belongings, but he was unable to get out to escape.

The sources confirmed that the other two, the man and the woman, were known to not be fans of waking up early, and therefore they were asleep at the time of the accident, and the fire broke out because they did not participate in the diving trip, adding that their rooms were located near the fuel tank, which means that they did not get out of them. The moment the fire ignited, they may have died of suffocation or burning.

This information coincided with the statements of the British “Scuba Travel” company for tourism, which organized the tour of the tourist group, as it revealed that the three Britons who were missing had died.

She added that the three tourists asked not to dive, while the rest were preparing a statement of instructions on the deck of the boat when the fire broke out.

It is noteworthy that the Red Sea Governorate had announced that it had received a notification at exactly 9:15 a.m. last Sunday that a fire had broken out in Blanche Safari with 15 British passengers and 10 crew members on board, in addition to 2 guides, where 12 tourists, crew and guides were rescued, and a search is underway. about 3 missing.

She stated that the initial examination resulted in an electrical short circuit in the engine room, and the Public Prosecution office was transferred to the examination and investigation.

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