Two killed and 11 injured in street accidents in Dubai over the weekend


Two folks died on the weekend after the automotive they had been travelling in crashed into oncoming visitors on a busy Dubai street.

The motive force of the automobile tried to make a U-turn however failed to note vehicles on the opposite facet of the street. As the driving force pulled out, the automobile was struck by one other.

Col Juma bin Suwaidan, deputy director of the visitors division at Dubai Police, stated the deadly incident occurred on Saturday on Al Edaa Road behind the Crown Plaza Lodge.

The motive force and passenger died whereas 4 folks within the different automobile sustained critical accidents. The age and nationality of the victims weren’t disclosed.

“Two folks had been killed and 4 different passengers had been injured and brought to hospital,” Col Suwaidan stated.

“The motive force entered the junction with out ensuring if the street was clear.”

One other seven folks had been injured in accidents throughout the emirate on Friday and Saturday.

One accident occurred on Emirates Highway in direction of Sharjah, when a lorry driver misplaced management of the automobile, swerved and flipped the automobile over. The motive force and passenger sustained minor accidents.

A second accident occurred within the early hours of Saturday morning on Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Highway earlier than the Dubai-Al Ain bridge on the best way to Abu Dhabi.

A motorcyclist travelling at velocity didn’t hold a protected distance from different visitors and collided with a automotive. The motorcyclist sustained average accidents.

“[A] third accident passed off on Al Khail Highway in direction of Abu Dhabi, when the driving force fell asleep,” Col Suwaidan stated.

“His automobile swerved and flipped over, [causing several injuries].”

In one other accident on Saturday a automobile swerved all of a sudden to the proper and crashed into one other automobile. The second automobile hit a lamppost and ran over a pedestrian, who suffered extreme accidents.

Up to date: August 16, 2022, 1:39 PM



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