While the other victim survived, the other one was unfortunate enough to face permanent brain damage. She was identified as Estee Banaag Nanolan, from Matina, Davao City. She was with Melissa Salvani Roble who is also from Cabantian, Buhangin, Davao City.
The accident was reported to POLO by fellow nurse Jacqueline Salem. Though immediately rushed to Tawan Hospital, Nanolan had brain damage causing her become comatose which later led to her death. Dr. Mamoun Elzubair from Tawan Hospital said that all the internal organs of Nanolan was well functioning expect for her brain which was totally damaged. She was only kept alive through a mechanical ventilator.
On the other hand, Roble requested for a visit visa from the Philippine Embassy to her sister coming from Davao City to assist her in the hospital.
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After the incident, it was found out that the victims were both undocumented. They were also not members of Overseas Workers Welfare Administration so basically, they cannot receive any financial support from them. Still, they are willing to facilitate the repatriation of the two victims.
The employer of the victims, Al Eman Home Health Care Center L.L.C, promised full cooperation to the Philippine Embassy.
The two dabawenyas was hit in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi by a BMW owned by police officer Sager Saed Ahmed.