Police and rescue personnel fish out a pickup truck from Umm Suqeim Second Port.
The Maritime Rescue Section with the participation of the joint maritime patrols in the Maritime Security Department at the Ports Police Station in Dubai retrieved a car which slipped into the sea water at Umm Suqeim Second Port.
According to Leiutinant Colonel Ali Abdullah Al Qassib Al Naqbi, Head of the Marine Rescue Department at the Ports Police Station, the driver, a European, intended to land a water bike on the sea, but he lost control of his car in the pier and slid into the water.
Al Naqbi indicated that the accident occurred at 12:22pm and was pulled to safety by Dubai Police vehicles without any injuries.
According to Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei, Director of the General Department of Traffic Police, the Command and Control room at the General Department of Operations, received a report on a major traffic accident involving three buses at 6:30 AM on Al Khail Road (E44).
Car fell from the multi-level parking at the Dubai airport cargo village as driver was reversing the vehicle to park it.
A motorist who meticulously follows traffic rules while driving not only saves his or her own life, but also of others. Caution is all that’s needed to avert dreaded road accidents. Life is too precious to die on the roads owing to human negligence. In this regard, the authorities in the UAE deserve praise for doing their best to instill discipline among
Colonel Saeed Al Madhani, Director of the Ports Police Station in Dubai, said that the collision occurred as a result of negligence and lack of attention while riding the jet ski, which resulted in a death of a person and injury of another.
According to the complainant’s statement, he said that he discovered the death of the victim on the morning of the incident, as a result of an injury which resulted from the suspect’s assault on him the evening before the incident.
Car owner filed a lawsuit in which he requested the court to obligate three people to pay him Dhs405,000, this being the price of the car they had stolen, plus Dhs100,000 as a compensation with a 12 per cent interest.
The United States said on Thursday there had been "serious violations of the ceasefire by both sides" and warned it would only be ready to mediate between the warring parties when they get "serious."