Obituary: Zaid Kakish From Embry Riddle Accident -Florida Death Cause

The death of a cherished member of King’s Academy’s family, Zaid Kakish, 19, who died in a car accident on Saturday in the United States, is announced with deep sadness.

Zaid was a much-loved student and friend during his four years at King’s, and through his focused community service activities, he displayed a great degree of compassion for his fellow King’s community members as well as his larger Jordanian community.

He had been studying aircraft engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, where he had always been a talented and accomplished student.

Kakish’s family and friends must be devastated by the news of his demise, as they had already lost a loved one at a young age.

Where Is Zaid Kakish Today?

Zaid Kakish died in a car accident lately; as a student, he must have been at school or at home before his death.

He wasn’t a celebrity, and he was just a student; his previous history is not yet revealed.

He was currently pursuing a degree in Aerospace Engineering with a concentration in aeronautics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Who Is Zaid Kakish?

Zaid Kakish was a 19-year-old student at King’s Academy, but his personal details have not been established.

He appeared to be a hardworking student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where he was pursuing an Aerospace Engineering degree with a specialty in aeronautics.

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According to his official statement, he was in his fourth year of college.

His exact accident circumstances have yet to be released, and no more news concerning his death reason has been reported.

As this accident appears to have occurred relatively recently, no further information is available; nevertheless, all about the case may be exposed as the investigation progresses.