UAE: 4 killed in plane crash while on duty
Deceased include two pilots, a doctor and a nurse
Four people were killed in an ambulance plane crash while on duty on Saturday, Abu Dhabi Police have announced.
In an official tweet, the force confirmed that pilot trainer Khamis Saeed Al-Holy, Lieutenant Pilot Nasser Muhammad Al-Rashidi, as well as, civilians Dr Shahid Farouk Gholam and nurse Joel Qiui Sakara Minto died.
The General Headquarters of the Abu Dhabi Police mourned the death of four of its medical team members who passed away in an air ambulance plane crash while on duty on Saturday.
The Abu Dhabi Police GHQ extended condolences to their bereaved families and colleagues, praying to Allah the Almighty to rest their souls in eternal peace.
"The General Command of Abu Dhabi Police extends its deepest condolences and sympathy to their families, acquaintances and co-workers," the force said in a tweet.
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