Abu Dhabi Police personnel rescue a man trapped in the floods in Al Ain.
The Abu Dhabi Police have rescued 10 Emiratis from Al Ain wadi after they were trapped in the floods.
The rescue teams of the Abu Dhabi Police said the men and women were trapped in the floods in Wadi Saa in Al Ain region.
The teams received three separate reports from the Saa Valley and dealt with with it quickly.
They were in good condition. The rescued people were transported to safe places. They were provided with primary medical care. The police said they have carried out 69 different resucue operation tasks during the period.
Abu Dhabi Police called on citizens and residents to stay away from the valleys and places where rain water is collected and abide by safety instructions as a result of continued weather fluctuations, and avoid approaching the electrical wiring lines, open areas and trees during the rain.
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