RAK Police rescue injured Arab trekker from mountain - GulfToday

RAK Police rescue injured Arab trekker from mountain


RAK police provides assistance to the Arab man trapped in a mountain at Dibba Al Fujairah.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The Air Wing of the Ras Al Khaimah Police rescued an Arab person who suffered from severe fatigue and stress during his mountain trip in Dibba Al Fujairah.

Colonel Pilot Saeed Rashid Al Yamahi, Head of the Air Wing Department of Ras Al Khaimah Police explained that they received a phone call from the injured person at 2 am stating that he was suffering from severe fatigue during his trip from a mountain in Dibba Al Fujairah region.

Saeed Rashid said that immediately after the information was received, the Ras Al Khaimah Police helicopter flew to the site, to save the injured person.


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Through the search, the rescue team was able to locate the injured person.

The rescue team provided him with the required aid and transferred him to the Saqr Hospital to receive the necessary treatment.

Colonel Tayyar Saeed Al Yamahi appealed to the public to avoid touring the mountainous areas during the summers due to the high temperatures that may cause fatigue and exhaustion.

We must harness our efforts and devote all our capabilities to saving all who seek our help, to preserve the safety of lives, and to enhance a sense of security and safety," he added.

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