Published: 2017-09-14 09:54
Last Updated: 2017-09-14 10:23
The Civil Defense Directorate (CDD) dealt with 186 different accidents across the kingdom in the past 24 hours, resulting in the rescue of 100 civilians.
Three people died as a result of two car accidents, and one case of electrocution, while 425 ill civilians were treated.
Here are some of the most prominent accidents the CDD dealt with yesterday:
The death of a man in his late sixties as a result of severe injuries received after a car crash in Amman.
A middle-aged man died after water tanker lost control and crashed in Marj Al Hamam, Amman.
An Egyptian expatriate was electrocuted to death while working on repairs on a greenhouse in Irbid.
Five people were injured as a result of a car accident on the Ramtha-Bushra road, but were treated by the CDD and moved to the Ramtha Public Hospital. Their condition is medium.
CDD rescue squads were able to treat four people after a car accident in Al Mafraq.
A wildfire was contained in a forest in Ajloun, affecting an area of nearly five acres. No injuries or losses occurred.