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The rescue team evacuates the injured Emirati.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The National Search and Rescue Centre, in coordination with Abu Dhabi Police, on Sunday rescued a 38-year-old Emirati from Jebel Hafeet in Al Ain.
The centre received a report from the operations room of the Abu Dhabi Police General Command that an Emirati had fallen down from Jebel Hafeet and broke his legs.
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After finding the exact location of the injured Emirati through a search and rescue plane, the team was able to evacuate him.
He was transported to Tawam Hospital to receive the necessary treatment.
The mother of the three children — a boy, 15, and his two sisters, 12 and 11 — sustained serious injuries in the accident.
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The man’s vehicle was stuck in the sand in the desert of Al Dhafra. The Emirati’s family reported it to the authorities that he has not returned home prompting them to launch a rescue operation.
Using a search and rescue plane, the operation room’s team assigned to look for the missing Emirati was able to find him after his car was stuck in the desert.
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