UAE: 17-year-old killed in car crash
Six people sustained injuries.
A 17-year-old Emirati was killed in Umm Al Quwain after the car he was travelling in crashed into another vehicle on the emirate’s Sheikh Zayed Road.
Col Khaled Ali Bouasiba, director of the traffic and patrols department at the General Command of Umm Al Quwain Police, said the accident happened last Friday and the teen died on the spot.
One of the four passengers in the vehicle sustained serious injuries, while the rest had minor wounds.
The other vehicle had two Arab citizens on board, both of whom had minor injuries. All of them were taken to the emirate’s Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital.
Col Bouasiba urged drivers to follow all traffic rules, keep their eyes on the road, and avoid distractions. Speed limits must be strictly observed, he added.
The forensic report confirmed that the bruises on the body of the... READ MORE
Visibility affected in in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah. READ MORE
The accident was allegedly caused due to the driver’s... READ MORE
Parts of the country had received heavy rainfall for three days last... READ MORE
Experts say a well-defined travel policy related to safety rules,... READ MORE
The ban on incoming passengers from India has been in place since... READ MORE
Lawyers are seeing surge in enquiries, including some coming from 40- ... READ MORE
An emergency listing is a signal to national regulators on a... READ MORE