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Ajman Civil Defence delighted a couple by extracting the wedding ring of wife from deep sea.
Divers of the Marine Division at the General Administration of Civil Defence in Ajman managed to bring joy to the hearts of a couple of Arab nationality.
The wedding ring of the wife fell by mistake in the sea.
The couple was walking in Al Zawra Marina on Saturday, and they could not extract it because of the depth of the water.
The couple called Civil defence and explained their situation.
The Civil Defence responded to the call of the distressed couple through the maritime division, which rushed to the scene and succeeded in extracting the ring within a short time.
Divers performed their job with full accuracy and skill of the marine division divers.
The couple expressed their happiness after getting the ring, which is a special memory for their lives, thanking the marine rescue teams for their efforts.
Brigadier Abdulaziz Ali Al Shamsi, Director General of Ajman Civil Defence stressed that the administration responds to the appeal for all humanitarian cases at any time, noting that the civil defence attaches such cases special importance, as such calls from citizens and residents assure great confidence in the members of society.
He called on everyone to take the initiative and not hesitate to contact the Civil Defence during any emergency at 997.
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