Two drownings in the UAE

During the hot weather in the UAE, the rush of people to the beach increases a lot. Most people go into deep water carelessly, causing dozens of deaths in the UAE every year. Although lifeguards are also deployed at coastal locations, it is often too late to save lives due to the rush of people. There have been two recent drownings on the same day. According to Gulf News, the 49-year-old Indian man, along with his 32-year-old wife, son and four-year-old daughter, had come to Umm al-Quwain’s Al-Bayt United Beach to have fun. Arriving at seven in the morning, the foreign couple sat on the beach for two hours having fun. However, around nine o’clock, the Indian husband took his wife and children to the sea.

Meanwhile, the family was hit by strong waves. The Indian husband saw his wife and daughter in trouble and tried to save his life, but when he failed, he immediately came to the shore and told the people there that his wife and daughter were drowning. Some swimmers on the shore immediately jumped into the sea and pulled the Indian woman’s daughter and wife out of the water. However, the condition of the Indian woman was critical and she died shortly afterwards. However, her daughter’s condition is reported to be better and she has been shifted to a hospital. An Emirati youth drowned in the coastal area of ​​Rams in Ras Al Khaimah. Abdul Aziz Marwan al-Shehhi, 17, was a ninth-grade student bathing in the sea with his uncle and cousins ​​when the waves suddenly intensified.

Abdullah Mohammad Al-Shehhi, the uncle of the unfortunate young Abdul Aziz, said that all the others returned to shore but Abdul Aziz drowned in the sea. The Coast Guard took immediate action and pulled Abdul Aziz out of the water, but there were no signs of life in it. Were not Her death was confirmed on arrival at Saqr Hospital. Brigadier Khalifa Salem al-Shamsi, director of the Upper Al-Quwain’s Compri Hansu Police Centers Department, told people to avoid going into deep water while having fun on the beach. Must wear life saving jacket while swimming in the sea. Parents should keep an eye on their children at all times. Even the slightest negligence can cause great shock.

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