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Sharjah Police and Civil defence officials inspect the accident site on Khor Fakkan Road in Sharjah on Thursday.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Four people sustained minor injuries after a truck collided with another vehicle on Sharjah’s Khor Fakkan road on Thursday afternoon.
Sharjah police patrols, ambulances and civil defence teams were immediately dispatched to the accident site.
All injured received necessary medical help on the spot and were then transferred to Khor Fakkan hospital.
The overturned truck seen on the Khor Fakkan Road in Sharjah on Thursday.
Due to the impact of the collision, the truck driver lost control and the truck rolled over the road.
Sharjah Police and other teams handled the situation professionally and restored the traffic flow instantly on the road.
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