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A two-year-old boy drowned in a swimming pool in his parent's house in Al Ain due to negligence.
Abu Dhabi Police have call upon residents to pay more attention to their children in order to ensure they are safe at all times.
The authorities have also advised parents to not let their children swim alone. In addition to monitoring them, hoops and life-saving devices should be provided for children.
The Abu Dhabi Police call upon residents to put up a fence around swimming pools in their homes to avoid such incidents.
A policeman at the Abu Dhabi Police rescued an Asian driver from drowning, after the latter attempted to commit suicide by jumping into the sea.
When the sea swept two boys away their father jumped in the sea and was able to rescue one but could not rescue the other son and they drowned together.
The Abu Dhabi Police are calling upon all parents to provide a safe and risk-free environment for their children, in order to prevent recurrence of incidents of children accidentally falling off buildings.
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