Residents attend the funeral prayer of Sergeant Ali Saeed Kharbash Al Saadi in the mosque of Martyr Omar Al-Muqbali.
In a tragic incident, Sergeant Ali Saeed Kharbash Al Saadi of Abu Dhabi Police died on Thursday in a traffic accident while he was on duty.
This was after a speeding car ran over him while he was organizing traffic movement at a site of a road accident that happened in Naifiya Tunnel on Nahil Sweihan Road in Al Ain.
A large crowd of mourners performed the funeral prayer for the deceased in the mosque of Martyr Omar Al-Muqbali.
The deceased was buried after Friday prayers in the Umm Ghafa cemetery in the presence of many of his colleagues and the people of Al-Ain. They came to express their appreciation to sacrifice of Sergeant Saadi who was fulfilling his duty in securing traffic movement and preserving safety of the public.
Among the police officers who attended the funeral were Brigadier Suhail Al Khaili, Director of Central Operations Division at Abu Dhabi Police, Brigadier Nasser Al Yabhouni, Director of Command Division, Brigadier Salim Bin Barak Al Dhaheri, Director of Traffic and Patrols Directorate, Brigadier Mohamed Dhahi Al Humairi, Director of Abu Dhabi Traffic Department, and a large number of police officers and the people in Al Ain.
Abu Dhabi Police Central Operations Command dispatched Civil Defence teams, ambulances and police patrols to the site.
The mother of the three children — a boy, 15, and his two sisters, 12 and 11 — sustained serious injuries in the accident.
He was injured in a traffic accident in Abu Dhabi and did not have any identification documents with him.
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