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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
A collision between several vehicles in Dubai on Rabat Street, before the Nadi Bridge in Rumaytha, in the direction of Nad Al Hamar has hampered traffic in the area.
The Dubai Police have urged caution in this regard.
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There have been tailbacks due to the incident.
The police tweeted, “A multi-vehicle traffic accident on Rabat st before Bel Remaitha club bridge towards Nadd Al Hamar, resulting in traffic delays.”
“Please drive carefully and safely,” it added.
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