Published: 2022-09-21 12:13
Last Updated: 2022-10-03 18:11
Wednesday, the Public Prosecution ended its investigation into the case of Al-Weibdeh collapsed building. The investigation into the case lasted for eight days.
Public Prosecutor Hassan Al-Abdallat said that the case has been referred to the competent court for the defendants to be tried on the charges issued against them.
Abdallat said that the Public Prosecution heard the testimonies of 21 witnesses in Al-Weibdeh building collapse case.
Earlier, Amman’s Public Prosecutor Thaer Nassar had issued a decision to charge the owner of the building and two other people involved in maintenance work with 14 counts of causing death and 10 counts of causing harm.
Sept. 13, 2022, a building collapsed in Al-Weibdeh area in Amman, leaving 10 injured and 14 dead.
Notably, on Friday, the last person was pulled out dead from under the rubble of the collapsed building.