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Pedestrian killed by driver without driving licence
BY ADNAN OKASHA January 03, 2018
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RAS AL KHAIMAH: An Asian national was killed due to major injuries after being run over by a car driven by a compatriot with no driving licence.

Brigadier Hassan Ibrahim, Deputy Director General of Central Operations at the General Directorate of Rak Police, said, “We received a tipoff at 9pm on Monday alerting a pedestrian was run over in front of a commercial centre in Rak while he crossed the street without checking for cars.”

The police, ambulance and rescue teams were immediately dispatched to the scene.
 

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