Two traffic accidents in Dubai in the past two days called for the use of hydraulic rescue tools to free the drivers. Yesterday morning on Algeria Street a Nissan Armada, Mitsubishi Lancer and Toyota FJ Cruiser collided.
The Mitsubishi driver, a 40-year-old Asian, was trapped in his car and after being freed he was transferred to hospital with medium to severe injuries. On Saturday morning, three cars and a lorry were involved in a crash on Baghdad Street.
An Arab driver, 31, was freed using hydraulic cutters and taken to hospital with minor injuries.
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