A screengrab taken from the video.
Abu Dhabi Police, in cooperation with the Follow-up and Control Centre in the emirate, broadcast real video footage of traffic accidents that reveal the danger of sudden deviation of vehicles, which resulted in many traffic accidents that cause loss of life and property on the roads.
The police called on drivers to avoid the reasons that lead to their lack of control over their vehicles and their deviation from their lane, stressing the need to pay attention and focus on and monitor the road, not to be distracted by the phone while driving, use signals when changing lanes and use wing mirrors to make sure that there is space that allows movement to the other lane.
The authorities have stressed that the application of Article No. 29 of the sudden deviation of the vehicle, involving a fine of Dhs1000, and 4 black points.
The Abu Dhabi Police, ADP, have warned drivers about the risks of using mobile phones to surf the internet and social media sites while driving, as well as other behaviour that could cause accidents.
The Police urged drivers to focus on driving to avoid accidents, not cause traffic congestion, and refrain from crossing red lights, stressing its keenness to promote traffic awareness through its social media platforms, in partnership with media outlets.
The main cause of the accident is believed to be the result of reckless behaviour of a driver who was driving at a slow speed in front of the truck which confused other drivers.
Police warned motorist not to run red lights, explaining that motorists commit such a dangerous traffic violation because they are not attentive while driving, or they drive on very high speed.
According to Brigadier Dr Ali Rashid Bin Awash, Director of Traffic and Patrols Department at Fujairah Police, the accident took place at the end of Yabsa Bypass Road connecting Sheikh Maktoum Street and Fujairah Port Street on Saturday.
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