Abu Dhabi Police air ambulance transports patients

An Emirati man in his 70s and a boy aged 19 were taken from Dalma Island Hospital to Mafraq Hospital and Sheikh Khalifa Medical City.
The Air Ambulance of Abu Dhabi Police Air Wing have recently carried out six humanitarian missions in which six people, including five Emiratis, were airlifted to hospitals in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. Courtesy Security Media
The Air Ambulance of Abu Dhabi Police Air Wing have recently carried out six humanitarian missions in which six people, including five Emiratis, were airlifted to hospitals in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. Courtesy Security Media

The Abu Dhabi Police air ambulance recently carried out six humanitarian missions in which six people, including five Emiratis, were airlifted to hospitals in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.

An Emirati man in his 70s and a boy aged 19 were taken from Dalma Island Hospital to Mafraq Hospital and Sheikh Khalifa Medical City. A boy, 8, was transported from Madinat Zayed Hospital to Sheikh Khalifa Medical City.

The crews also responded to three traffic accidents in which three people were injured. Two Emiratis and one Asian was taken to Tawam Hospital for treatment. The first Emirati, 29, had a road accident in Al Khazna and the other, 24, had a motorcycle accident in Nahel area. A Pakistani man, 29, was injured in a traffic accident in Al Faqa area.

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Published: December 22, 2014 04:00 AM

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