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Dubai: 2 dead, 11 injured in road accidents

Cases can have been prevented if drivers complied with website traffic regulations, claims policeman

2 individuals passed away and also 11 were wounded in different website traffic mishaps last Friday and also Saturday, the Dubai Cops have actually claimed. A leading policeman claimed the mishaps can have been prevented if the drivers complied with website traffic regulations and also policies.

2 cars collapsed on Saturday on Al Ibdaa Road behind the Crowne Plaza Resort, leaving 2 dead and also 4 seriously damaged. The crash took place when the vehicle driver of among the cars stopped working to examine if the roadway was clear prior to making a U-Turn.

In an additional crash reported on Friday, a driver was wounded after he dropped off while driving on Al Khail Roadway and also his lorry turned over in the center of the roadway near business Bay leave.

Colonel Jumaa Salem container Suwaidan, acting supervisor of the General Directorate of Website traffic, claimed a vehicle turned over on a bridge over Emirates Roadway when its vehicle driver unexpectedly swerved off the lane and also blew up. 2 people continual small and also moderate injuries in the crash.

A mishap in between a motorbike and also a light lorry on Sheikh Mohamed container Zayed Roadway near Dubai-Al Ain Bridge left the motorcyclist wounded. The crash took place as the motorists stopped working to preserve a secure range.

A pedestrian continual significant injuries when he was run over by a driver that had actually unexpectedly swerved to the right of the roadway in a quote to stay clear of a crash with an additional lorry on the Qumasha road in JVC.

In an additional crash that took place on the Sheikh Zayed Roadway, a lady endured modest injuries when her lorry turned over after she made an abrupt swerve.

An individual was wounded after a crash in between a vehicle and also a pickup on the Emirates Roadway prior to Al Faya Bridge.

The policeman from the Dubai Website traffic Cops alerted versus speeding, inappropriate overtaking, abrupt swerving, and also sidetracked driving.

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