Haunting detail on teen's licence plate before car crash death

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The licence plate number of a teenager's car featured the exact hour and date of his death in a road crash, according to his close friend.

Abdullah Zizou Slowa, who was only 18 years old at the time of his death, was involved in a fatal road accident on the Mahmoudia Axis road in the northern Egyptian city of Alexandria at 9pm (local time) on September 25.

Abdullah Zizou Slowa pictured with his car and licence plate which reads 'CIA-9-25-9', predicting the date and time of his death. Source: Newsflash/Australscope
Abdullah Zizou Slowa pictured with his car and licence plate which reads 'CIA-9-25-9', predicting the date and time of his death. Source: Newsflash/Australscope

Moody Munir, a close friend of the teenaged victim, was quoted by Egyptian newspaper Al Watan as saying the licence plate foreshadowed “the date of the fatal accident”.

The victim’s licence plate read ‘CIA-9-25-9’ in Arabic, containing not only the date of Abdullah's death, but even the exact hour.

Moody said the first ‘9’ represented the hour, the ‘25’ was the day, and the second ‘9’ signified the month of September, adding: "Your destiny was written on the Arabic tiger, my friend."

A close up of Abdullah Zizou Slowa's licence plate, with a friend saying the first '9' on it representing the hour, the '25' was the day and the second '9' signified the month of September of his death.
A friend says the first '9' on the licence represents the hour, the '25' was the day and the second '9' signified the month of September of his death. Source: Newsflash/Australscope

No details of the accident were provided and it is unclear if there were any other casualties, but, according to Sputnik news, the teenager's vehicle was a complete write-off.

It is also unclear if the local authorities are investigating the accident.

– Australscope

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