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Accidents delay traffic in Dubai
By A Staff Reporter September 14, 2017
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DUBAI: Dubai’s Sheikh Zayed road witnessed a mutli-vehicle pile-up on Thursday morning leading to traffic congestion in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.

Dubai Police on its Twitter account said  
“Accident on Sheikh Zayed Road Road opposite Audi Showroom, towards Abu Dhabi…”

Early morning commuters were caught up in the traffic around Al Khan Bridge in Sharjah.

Abu Dhabi traffic Department said, “Accident on Sheikh Zayed St before Saada Br. Outbound —Cleared. Traffic delays remain…”

Dubai Police personnel were at the scene dealing with the situation. Police also urged motorists to exercise cautioned on the streets.

Police also said, a vehicle got stalled on Al Ittihad Rd near the Al Garhoud Bridge.

A motorist who takes the Sheikh Zayed Road to office daily, told The Gulf Today, traffic was moving.

It is advised to take alternative routes to avoid jams.

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