The video showed vehicles slowing down during a traffic snarl but an SUV approaching at high speed failed to notice the traffic jam, ploughed into several vehicles, and hit a road divider.
The police have arrested the person who videoed the incident and posted it on social networking sites.
The Eastern Region Police Department of Sharjah Police arrested a driver who was seen driving his car at an excessive speed of up to 200 km/hour on a highway in Khor Fakkan.
They appeared in a video clip of two violating vehicles performing stunts in the streets.
The police also wrote on Facebook that motorists on Easter Sunday were “egg-cellent” except for the lover who had been caught racing along the M40 to “see his girlfriend.”
The Abu Dhabi Court of Appeal has begun the trial of an Arab young man, who has been charged with exceeding the speed limit on the road as many as 65 times. On questioning the defendant if had deliberately repeated the same violation more than once threatening safety of road users, he confirmed that he was committed to the speed limit of the road and never exceeded it.
The court also convicted a second defendant for participating in the crime of asking the celebrity to drive at high speed and filming him to publish the video to create excitement on social media to increase the number of viewers.
The security authorities in Saudi Arabia’s Jazan region on Saturday found the body of a man on the roof of a mosque, hours after he had a terrible traffic accident, in which his car flipped over in the air, according to Saudi media.
Investigations indicated that the accident occurred due to excessive speed, and ended with the vehicle falling in the yard of a house.
Traffic control patrols at Sharjah Police General Command arrested 4 reckless drivers, who caused confusion to traffic and endangered their lives and the lives of road users as a result of reckless driving.
The Public Prosecution stated that a video clip was monitored depicting a person on social media driving a vehicle at a speed of up to 300 kilometers per hour on one of the main streets in the city of Abu Dhabi, and the owner of the account used was identified.