After flooding, Emirates Road is open again.

The RTA urged drivers to use Expo Road and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road on Monday.Due to flooding on Monday, Emirates Road in Dubai was closed for several hours before being reopened to traffic.

Early on Monday morning, the main transportation route between Expo Road and Al Fayah Truck Road was closed.Drivers traveling towards Dubai were encouraged by the Road and Transport Authority to take alternate routes, such as Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road.

Expo Road should be used by drivers going toward Abu Dhabi.In order to restore efficient traffic flow, the RTA stated that its emergency crews were addressing the water accumulation.

Later, around 4:25 p.m., the transport authority released a message on social media stating that the route had reopened.

What took place?

The National Ambulance and all the specialized police squads responded to the report’s location right away. It was discovered that the vehicle had collided with a light pole and the concrete barrier dividing the two sides of the road, killing three civilians and seriously injuring a fourth, who was sent to the hospital for emergency care.

According to the police, the collision was mostly caused by unexpected swerving and excessive speed, which was revealed during the inquiry.

The Sharjah Police General Command urged motorists to drive defensively, slow down, pay attention to the road, and obey traffic laws.

The relatives of the deceased received condolences from the Sharjah Police General Command. Additionally, the police wished for the injured person’s quick recovery.

Christmas Day mass services in Abu Dhabi

Thousands of people were getting ready to attend Christmas Day mass services in Abu Dhabi and Dubai on Monday when the roads were closed.

Christians in the Emirates came together to celebrate the holidays and anticipate the coming New Year.At St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Dubai and St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Abu Dhabi, hundreds of people attended Christmas Eve Mass celebrations.

A speeding SUV collides on Emirates Road in Sharjah, killing three and injuring one.Sharjah: According to Sharjah Police on Sunday, a car collision on Saturday night on Emirates Road resulted in the deaths of three Emiratis and the injuries of another.

Speeding was the reason for the accident, according to the police.The accident involving a four-wheel-drive vehicle on Emirates Road, which runs from the Al Zubair Tunnel towards Bridge No. 7, was reported to the Sharjah Police Central Operations Room at 7:17 p.m. on Saturday.

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