A man mourns during the funeral procession of four Lebanese men who were killed in a car crash in California, at their home village of Yaroun, May 31, 2019. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The bodies of four young Lebanese men killed in a car crash in California last week were laid to rest Friday in the southern Lebanese border town of Yaroun. Hussein Saleh, 22; Hussein Saab, 24; Hussein Ayyoub, 22; and Hussein Ghasham, 20, died on May 22 in Los Angeles, where they were studying, after they lost control of their car and crashed into a signpost.Their bodies were repatriated in the early hours of Friday morning, and taken to Yaroun, their home village, in Red Cross vehicles.The fatal car accident took place early Wednesday morning last week in the LA County city of South Gate as the four were returning from suhoor, the predawn meal consumed before a day of fasting during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the NNA reported at the time.
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