ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates - Sunday, January 11th 2015 [ME NewsWire]
The Air Wing Department at Abu Dhabi Police have carried out five humanitarian missions, where they rescued and transported five injured people, including four citizens, in five separate accidents in Abu Dhabi.
The Air Wing personnel transported two citizens, aged 53 and 59 years old, in two separate missions from Al Sila Hospital to Al Mafraq Hospital in order to continue their treatment.
In two other missions, the Air Ambulance team provided first-aid to two female citizens, aged 17 and 19, who were injured in two motorbike accidents in Al Ain. The two were transported to Tawam Hospital to continue their treatment.
The Air Wing Department additionally transported an Asian man, whose shoulder was dislocated in a traffic accident in Al Ain, to Tawam Hospital.
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