Egypt Independent

Tourism Ministry investigates death of British tourist in Sharm el-Sheikh



The Tourism Ministry has on Sunday opened investigation into the death of a British tourist whose appendix reportedly burst in a Sharm el-Sheikh resort.
 
Dr. Mohamed Dahy, director of the Sharm el-Sheikh International Hospital, said the man arrived at the hospital in a poor condition as a result of a incorrect treatment at his resort.
 
The man, he says, was suffering from a burst appendix, an ulcer in the stomach, kidney failure and blood poisoning.
 
 
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm