Four occupants of the minivan and another vehicle involved in the crash sustained serious injuries, seven had moderate and four had minor injuries.
"Instead of stopping the vehicle, the driver increased speed and unfortunately lost control over the car. The vehicle crossed the sidewalk and crashed into the glass window of a shopping store,” police officials revealed.
"The number of footbridges constructed in Dubai soared from 13 bridges in 2006 to 116 bridges in 2020. RTA plans to build another 34 footbridges during the period 2021-2026, which will bring the total number of pedestrian bridges to 150 bridges," he noted.
The Makkah region governorate spokesperson Sultan Al Dosari said that on Friday evening a car hit one of the entrance gate at the Grand Mosque.
The incident took place in Rondonopolis. The boy ran across the road, risking his life, to save her sister from being hit by the vehicle. The boy has been hailed as a hero among the locals for his brave act.
The authorities have stressed that the application of Article No. 29 of the sudden deviation of the vehicle, involving a fine of Dhs1000, and 4 black points.
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.
Colonel Ali Al Jalaf, head of Al Hamriya Police Station of Sharjah, said the Operations Room received a report at 03:00am on Wednesday, alerting the collision between the three trucks on Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Road.
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.