UAE: Fatal, serious accidents dip in Ajman
Traffic and Patrols Department's good work behind massive improvement, Major-General Al Nuaimi says.
There has been a 33 and 44 per cent dip in death caused due to fatal and serious accidents in the northern emirate of Ajman , respectively, last year, data showed.
Major-General Sheikh Sultan bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of Ajman Police, attributed the appreciable reduction in the death toll to the stellar efforts of the Traffic and Patrols Department in enhancing road safety.
"Run-over accident deaths also decreased by 25 per cent last year. This contributed to accomplishing the goal of the UAE’s Ministry of Interior to make the country the safest in the world,” he said.
Major-General Al Nuaimi said virtual inspections were carried out in all police departments. He also reviewed the initiatives and smart services that were launched to enhance the public’s satisfaction and happiness.
The authorities have also left no stone unturned to make the public aware about the precautionary measures against the raging Covid-19 pandemic.
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