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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
One person was killed on Monday in a collision that occurred between two jet-skis near Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, while another sustained injuries, a police official announced.
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.
He called on jet-ski riders to adhere to marine safety instructions and to abide by safe speed limit while maintaining a sufficient distance between them and other marine means of transport. He also noted that anyone who causes injury or death of a person or damage to the property of others, the police would take legal action.
Al Madhani also affirmed the high readiness of the Ports Police Station to deal with emergency maritime accidents and respond to them in the shortest possible time 24/7.
The station deploys its various patrols in all marine places to ensure safety of the sea goers.
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
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.
Maj. Gen. Mohammad Suhail Al Rashidi affirmed the Abu Dhabi Police’s interest in continuously alerting the public about fraudulent tricks and phishing via the Internet and social media websites.
An employee of the company testified that one of the defendants had entered the premises and introduced himself as an undercover police officer, followed by the rest of the gang who wore the Emirati national costume and used masks to cover their identity.
Air France flight 342 took off from Charles de Gaulle airport with a 16% mix of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in its fuel tanks, produced in France by Total from used cooking oil.