UAE Police save 8 tourists stranded in the mountainous region of Ras Al Khaimah

In a recent operation conducted by the Air Wing Department of Ras Al Khaimah Police, eight individuals stranded in a rugged mountainous region were successfully rescued.

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The group of foreign nationals had found themselves in a precarious situation at an altitude of 3,500 feet, prompting an urgent response from the authorities. Colonel Abdullah Ali Al Shahi, head of the Air Division in Ras Al Khaimah Police, reported that the distress call came from the mountains north of the Emirate, leading to the immediate dispatch of a helicopter to their location.

With swift coordination among relevant parties, the rescue operation was swiftly executed, ensuring the safe evacuation of all eight individuals. Colonel Al Shahi emphasized that upon rescue, the stranded individuals were found to be in good health and were promptly transported to a secure and accessible area. This successful rescue mission serves as a testament to the professionalism and efficiency of the Ras Al Khaimah Police's rescue team in handling emergency situations, especially in challenging terrain like mountainous regions.

Authorities are asking the public to be cautious when traveling into mountainous areas in light of this occurrence. Rough terrain and valley streams should be avoided since they may present safety risks. People are advised to exercise caution when engaging in outdoor activities in order to reduce hazards and protect themselves. This rescue mission emphasizes how crucial it is to be ready and alert when venturing into difficult terrain. Through observance of safety regulations and awareness of their surroundings, people can reduce the probability of experiencing emergencies when participating in outdoor activities.

The Air Wing Department's successful rescue of the trapped individuals underscores the commitment and competence of the Ras Al Khaimah Police in preserving the lives of those in need, especially in the most inaccessible and hostile regions of the country.

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