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A Palestinian woman, Maha Mohammed, 33, was killed on Friday morning after the vehicle she was in had a traffic accident in Zakher, Al Ain City.
The victim, who joined the volunteer teams tasked with confronting the COVID-19 pandemic, was on her way to work when her vehicle was hit from behind, causing it to hit a lamp-post.
The victim’s family stated that the accident caused internal bleeding in the brain and lung and fractures in separate areas of the victim’s body.
She was taken to the hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.
A funeral prayer was performed for the victim before she was buried.
The concerned authorities initiated an investigation into the accident.
The mother of the three children — a boy, 15, and his two sisters, 12 and 11 — sustained serious injuries in the accident.
Brigadier Salem Bin Barak Al-Dhahiri, Director of the Traffic department of the Al-Ain district of Traffic and Patrols Department in the central operations sector, said preliminary investigations attributed the cause of the accident as overspeeding and sudden change of lanes.
The driver immediately took the child to the nearest health centre in an attempt to save him, but he succumbed to serious injury. Lieutenant Colonel Mohsen Al Mansouri, Deputy Director of Al Ain Traffic Department attributed the cause of the accident to negligence as the driver did not pay attention.
The people were trying to cross Indian School at 53rd Avenue late in the evening when a car came barrelling through the red light.
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