Local media sources said that the injured are of multiple nationalities and were transferred to hospitals in Wadi Al-Far, Al Hamnah, King Fahd and the General City, to receive the necessary medical care.
The sources stated that after sorting out the cases, it was found that there are 4 serious cases, 9 moderate cases and 30 mild cases, and the regular procedures regarding the accident are being completed.
Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei said the accidents happened due to violations of traffic laws, including speeding and not leaving a sufficient distance.
The police explained that escaping from the scene of an accident is a crime punishable by law and drivers involved in such accidents are actually charged with two crimes.
No fatalities were reported as a result of the accident, which took place in Khorfakkan City the early morning of Sunday, due to the fast response of the competent police authorities.
The accused ran over the deceased student on the fifteenth of last February, in front of her family's house upon her return from school in Hamidiya area of Ajman, the court heard.
The vehicle climbed the front sidewalk of the store and the front of the vehicle settled inside in Maysaloon along Al Zahra Street in Sharjah. As a result of the accident, the façade of the store was smashed and the display shelves were damaged.
Lt. Col. Mohammed Allay Al Naqbi, Director of the Traffic and Patrol Department of Sharjah Police, confirmed that Sharjah Police are keen implement the strategic objectives of the UAE Ministry of the Interior to improve road safety and reduce road accidents and deaths.
According to Colonel Saleh Al Dhanhani, Director of the Traffic and Patrols Department at Fujairah Police, the accident took place around 7:30am on Sunday when a man dropped his son identified as ASA opposite the private school where he was studying.