The damaged car is being taken away by the police in Sha'am area, about 40 km north of Ras Al Khaimah city.
A 32-year-old Emirati woman died on Tuesday morning as result of the critical injuries she sustained in a road accident.
The car that was being driven by the lady reportedly swerved and overturned in Sha'am area, about 40 km north of Ras Al Khaimah city.
While, another Emirati woman, 29, who was accompanying the victim sustained injuries.
Colonel Abdullah Al Queshi, Director of the Sha'am Police Station, said that the operations room was alerted about the accident at 7:45am.
It was said that a vehicle crashed into the iron barrier after it had swerved due the high speed, he added.
Instantly the police patrols and the ambulance were dispatched to the scene, Al Queshi said, noting that through the preliminary examination it was found the driver died on the spot, while her companion was injured.
The injured woman was transferred to hospital, where she received the medical treatment.
While, the deceased woman's body was sent to hospital to be then handed over to her family.
The police on the other hand proceeded investigation into the incident to compete the legal measures.
The mother of the three children — a boy, 15, and his two sisters, 12 and 11 — sustained serious injuries in the accident.
The truck that was loaded with cement and was heading to Fujairah Port from Masafi, when it turned over at Yabsa round about due to excessive speed.
Preliminary investigation revealed that the driver who died was responsible for the incident. He hit the second car parked near the coast. Both the cars then fell into the lagoon.
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