A girl saved the lifetime of an Indian truck driver within the UAE when she noticed him in flames following a horrific highway accident, media studies mentioned. Jawaher Saif Al Kumaiti, 22, was driving house after visiting a buddy in a hospital when she noticed two vans burst into flames in Ras al-Khaimah, a metropolis within the UAE, and responded to the sufferer’s pleas for assist, Gulf Information reported.She bravely saved the Indian driver from a hearth by dousing the flames with an abaya
, a standard garment worn by some Muslim ladies. Al Kumaiti mentioned she was shocked to see the 2 vans on hearth following the accident. She additionally noticed a person on hearth shouting for assist, the report mentioned.The police have named the sufferer as Harkirit Singh. Al Kumaiti requested her buddy, who was along with her, to take off her abaya
cloak and leaped out of the automobile and used it to douse the flames, police mentioned.”He was mendacity down. I went to cowl the man as a result of there have been no garments on him. He checked out me and mentioned, ‘I am dying. I am afraid to die’,” she mentioned. She tried to speak to him and calm him down. She informed him he would survive because the rescue groups will arrive quickly.
“I simply considered saving the person’s life,” mentioned Al Kumaiti, who works at Adnoc Oasis in Sharjah.
“The police patrols, ambulance and paramedics shortly arrived. They swung into motion, offered first assist to the driving force, and rushed him to the hospital,” it mentioned.”All thanks and reward to Almighty Allah who gave me the facility and braveness to behave on the proper time and save the person’s life.”
Each the drivers suffered “40 to 50 per cent burns”. Main Tariq Mohamed Al Sharhan, head of the ambulance and rescue part on the Ras Al Khaimah police mentioned they need to honour the bravery of the “abaya lady”, the report mentioned.
The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi may even honour Al Kumaiti, Navdeep Singh Suri, the Indian Ambassador to the UAE, was quoted as saying by the report.
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