UAE A father was killed and his daughter was seriously injured in a horrific traffic accident in Umm al-Quwain

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The driver of the first car involved in the crash was an Arab drunk driver
UAE A father was killed and his daughter was seriously injured in a horrific traffic accident in Umm al-Quwain


Umm, al-Quwain – A father was killed and his daughter was seriously injured in a horrific traffic accident in the United Arab Emirates state of Umm al-Quwain. According to Gulf News, a 56-year-old Lebanese man was killed and his 20-year-old daughter was seriously injured in a collision between two vehicles on Umm al-Quwain on Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. The girl was taken to Khalifa Hospital for treatment.

In this regard, the police said that as soon as the Umm Al-Quwain Traffic Department in the Central Operations Division of Umm Al-Quwain Police was informed of the accident, national ambulances, and special police patrols were immediately rushed to the spot, and the accident was dealt with with with with with quickly.

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the driver of the first vehicle that caused the accident (an Arab) was driving under the influence of alcohol. Umm al-Quwain Police General Command told drivers to be careful while driving Fasten the belt

In May this year, a fatal accident took place in the UAE state of Sharjah in which a member of the police patrol team lost his life. His parked car was hit by a speeding car coming from behind which was being driven by a woman, as a result of which Rashid Ali Al-Bahi died on the spot.

The General Command of Sharjah Police said that a police officer of the Traffic and Patrol Department was killed in a traffic accident. The incident took place at 10 am on Maliha Road where Al-Bahi’s vehicle was parked on the side of the road. The speeding car hit the patrol car hard from behind. The collision was so severe that the patrol car went away after taking several turns, which resulted in death on the spot.

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