Crowding at road accident sites or taking videos or photos of the crash are illegal.
PHOTO BY ABU DHABI POLICE
DUBAI – Abu Dhabi Police issued a fresh warning on Monday (September 13) to those who post photos or videos of road accidents, which is punishable with a fine of Dh150,000.
Under the UAE law, filming traffic accidents or posting images of these incidents on social media is punishable with a Dh150,000 fine.
Abu Dhabi Police also warned motorists and pedestrians against crowding at a crash site, saying this can slow down rescuers and increase the chance of more accidents.
Police said crowding at accident sites in the UAE is considered illegal, and is punishable with a fine of Dh1,000. ICA/Expat Media
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