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Last year, Dubai Police conducted 7,388 land rescue missions

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Dubai Police conducted 7,388 land rescue missions last year, an authority said on Wednesday.

Lieutenant Colonel Khalid Ibrahim, Director of Search and Rescue Department at Dubai Police, said cops reacted to 76 fire episodes and got 215 occasions in the emirate.

“Dubai Police groups are prepared whenever to rescue individuals and work nonstop to react to rescue missions,” said Lt Col Ibrahim in an assertion.

The rescue missions incorporates 26 catching accidents and opening the entryways of 179 vehicles, 330 houses and pads, and 49 lifts for individuals caught inside.

In the interim, Lieutenant Colonel Abdullah Bishoh, Head of the Land Rescue Section, said they reacted to 124 land episodes that brought about 49 minor wounds, 52 moderate wounds, and 49 extreme wounds.

“Episodes at Sheik Mohammed bin Zayed Road finished off the rundown with the largest number of street accidents in the wake of recording 34 accidents, trailed by Emirates Road with 14 accidents, and Sheik Zayed Road with 13 accidents,” said Lt Col Bishoh.

Dubai Police asked local area individuals not to gather around accidents destinations and never barge in or meddle with crafted by rescuers as each moment counts when saving lives.

“Individuals can contact Dubai Police in crises on 999 or by sending trouble demands [SOS] through Dubai Police’s smart application.”

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