Fatal Traffic Accident on Emirates Road Claims 3 Lives and a fourth was injured
Three innocent people were killed in a terrible car crash on Saturday night on Emirates Road.
The Sharjah Police General Headquarters offers its deepest sympathies to their families.
Sharjah Police General Headquarters Mourns Victims of Tragic Traffic Accident
Three innocent people lost their lives in a terrible car crash on Emirates Road on Saturday night, and the Sharjah Police General Headquarters extends its deepest sympathies to their families. A person who is now receiving treatment for serious injuries received in the event has the police's deepest wishes for a quick recovery.
Details of the accident and Swift Response
On Saturday at 7:17 PM, the Central Operations Room of Sharjah Police received a distress call reporting an accident involving the overturning of a four-wheel-drive vehicle on Emirates Road, specifically from the Zubair Tunnel towards Bridge No. 7. Responding promptly, various police teams and the National Ambulance were dispatched to the scene.
Incident reconstruction and causal factors
Upon arrival, it was determined that the vehicle had experienced deterioration, resulting in a collision with the iron barrier separating the two lanes of the road as well as a lighting pole. Regrettably, three citizens lost their lives in the accident, and a fourth individual suffered severe injuries, requiring immediate hospitalisation.
After a thorough investigation and accident reconstruction, it was revealed that excessive speed and a sudden deviation from the intended path were the primary factors contributing to this tragic incident.
Appeal for Responsible Driving
The Sharjah Police General Headquarters issues a crucial appeal to all motorists, urging strict adherence to traffic regulations. Emphasising the importance of reducing speeds and maintaining focus solely on the road, drivers are reminded to exercise caution and vigilance while operating their vehicles. This plea is part of ongoing efforts to enhance road safety and prevent further accidents caused by negligence or non-compliance with traffic guidelines.