At the scene of the crash in Ajman's Al Amra district.
PHOTO BY AJMAN POLICE
DUBAI – A driver trapped in the wreckage of a tanker involved in a collision in Ajman has been saved, firefighters said.
The tanker collided with another truck in Ajman’s Al Amra district along Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road on Monday.
“The force of the collision left the driver trapped inside the vehicle. With the use of hydraulic equipment, the firemen were able to cut the truck open and remove the driver,” said Lieutenant Colonel Ra’ed Obeid Al Zaabi, deputy director of Ajman Civil Defence.
The Asian driver was pulled out safely from the wreckage and was admitted to the hospital for treatment, Al Zaabi said.
An investigation into the crash is underway. GAD/Expat Media
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