A video grab shows the vehicle turned upside down.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
An accident has recently taken place in one of Ajman’s internal roads, causing the burning down of the vehicle and leaving two men injured.
Police indicated that the operations room had received a call reporting about the accident, and immediately, police patrols, ambulances and civil defence teams rushed to the scene in a record time of two and a half minutes.
Thankfully, the fire was put out, and the driver and passenger were instantly transferred to the nearest hospital to receive medical treatment.
Police investigations revealed that the driver was a Khaleeji national, and was recklessly driving at a high speed when he lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle drifted off the road, hit the sidewalk and rolled over causing the fire to breakout.
Both the driver and passenger sustained medium injuries, and were able to leave the hospital after receiving treatment.
Lastly, Ajman police warned all motorists of reckless driving and passing speed limit, and also urged all members to take such accident as a lesson and live example, in order to avoid irresponsible driving which causes loss of lives and properties.
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