Top Dubai Police officer rescues swimmer from drowning
The swimmer had ventured into the sea amid a thick fog.
A senior police official in Dubai rescued a swimmer from drowning in the sea on Thursday morning.
Lieutenant-General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chairman of Police and Public Security in Dubai, said the swimmer had ventured into the sea amid a thick fog that engulfed the emirate on Thursday morning.
After losing his sense of direction, he got lost and screamed for help, the officer said on Twitter.
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"We rescued him and brought him ashore in our boat," the senior security officer said.
Lt.-Gen Tamim warned residents against swimming in the sea amid foggy conditions.
Dubai and parts of the UAE saw dense fog for two mornings straight. On Wednesday, a 26-vehicle accident that happened because of the fog left a woman injured.
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