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Emirati rescues two Europeans
August 12, 2017
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SHARJAH: Emirati Ali Rashid of Al Dhaid City is a stellar model of humanitarianism and social duty.

He saved the lives of two European tourists after they were stranded amid sand dunes in the area between Al-Rafia’a and Al-Hawiyah in Al Dhaid.

They were riding two motorcycles carrying fuel and did not have enough water or liquids with them.

The UAE citizen found them in an unconscious state.

They would have died if left unattended, as they had lost a lot of vital fluids due to heat exhaustion and thirst.

Ali Rashid assisted them and in the meantime, informed the Central Region Police, who rushed to the site.

The citizen took the two beleaguered tourists to his home in Al Dhaid city where he provided them with refreshments and medication.

He made them comfortable and relaxed enough to forget the woes of the ordeal. The duo later returned to their residence in the Emirate of Dubai.

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