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Mohammed Al Waseela, Mohammed Barakat, Staff Reporters
An Emirati woman, 19, sustained moderate injuries when the vehicle she was in overturned and hit palm trees in a farm.
The woman was with her husband enjoying the spectacular rain sights in Al Bithnah, 15 kilometres to the west of Fujairah City.
According to Brigadier Dr Ali Rashid Bin Awash Al Yamahi, Director of Traffic and Patrols Department at Fujairah Police, the husband stopped the vehicle in a sloping area on the edge of the valley without pulling the handbrake and got out of the vehicle to take a panoramic picture of the valley.
The vehicle on the slope, however, began to roll until it fell into a farm at the bottom of the valley.
The woman was taken to the Fujairah Hospital for medical treatment.
The Sharjah Criminal Court heard a case in which two Asians were charged with offering counterfeit foreign currencies for sale to pedestrians.
They were also charged with assaulting a policeman who was trying to arrest them when one of them pushed him to the ground and he was hit by a passing car.
According to the official records, the police received a report that two defendants were offering counterfeitt liras for sale to the public in an area across the emirate. A security team was formed and a trap was set to arrest the defendants.
In the meantime, one of the defendants clashed with the investigative agents of Sharjah Police and pushed him to the ground to be hit by a car on the main street.
Later, the two defendants were brought under control.
The defendants, however, denied the charges levelled against them, alleging that they were in Dubai on the date of the incident.
A 75-year-old citizen was killed on Wednesday morning due to severe injuries which he sustained due to a collision on a road in Ras Al Khaimah. The deceased was on his way dropping his 14-year-old daughter to school. The daughter and the driver of the other vehicle, a 20-year-old citizen reportedly sustained injuries.
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.
A 5-car pile up occurred on the road between Fujairah and Qadfaa when a vehicle driven by a UAE national on the way from Fujairah towards Qadfaa veered off and jumped off to the opposite lane leading to the city of Fujairah, according to Brigadier Dr Ali Rashid Bin Awash Al Yamahi.
Born in New York, Johnson was educated at Eton, Britain’s most exclusive school, and at Balliol College, Oxford. He began his career at a management consultancy in the City of London but dropped out after a week.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Thursday slammed his Malaysian counterpart for creating “confusion” by criticising a decision to charge four people over the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Skies over the seaside town were lit up repeatedly during a storm that spread across large parts of the South East and saw over 40mm of rain fall in some places.