Medina Road in Saudi Arabia. Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Ammar shaker

The bodies of two Filipinos who were killed in a traffic accident in Saudi Arabia a month ago have finally arrived home in the Philippines.

On March 4, Mark Lancelot Agdan and Joel Banhaon, who were employed in Saudi as construction workers. were riding their bicycles when they were hit by a vehicle driven by a 15-year-old Pakistani boy, GMA News reported.

Banhaon’s wife said she was able to speak to her husband the night before the accident happened. She said that after the accident, a c0-worker of her husband had called her and told her about it.

On Tuesday, the remains of Agdan and Banhaon arrived in the Philippines.

Arnel Ignacio, deputy administrator of the Philippines’ Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, said it would provide assistance to the families of the deceased men.

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