Dubai road crash victims' families to get aid

Dubai Police launched initiative with other foundations to help families of workers killed

Families of the 15 workers who lost their lives in the horrific Dubai road crash on May 10 will receive humanitarian support.

Dubai Police has launched an initiative to help families of the victims, according to a report in Al Bayan newspaper.

Major-General Khamis Mattar Al Mazina, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, praised the humanitarian initiative launched by Dubai Police in collaboration with the Mohammad Bin Rashid Charitable and Humanitarian Establishment, Dubai Charity Association and Al Maktoum Foundation  to help the families of the deceased.

He said this gesture confirms the state’s civilised nature and its commitment to achieve social solidarity.

Stressing the role of Dubai Police, Maj-Gen Al Mazina said the police play an active role in the community.

The mini bus was carrying 29 workers to their worksite in Jebel Ali when it rammed into a truck parked on the side.

 

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