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WATCH: Car slams into another vehicle at intersection

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A speeding car collided with another vehicle after failing to stop at a traffic light at an intersection in the UAE.

The exact location of the accident was not mentioned in the Instagram video uploaded by the Ministry of Interior.

Two vehicles are seen slowing down as they approach a traffic stop at the intersection.

As the two vehicles slowed down, however, another speeding vehicle comes from behind and slams into the back of one of the vehicles. The second vehicle was not hit.

The Ministry uploaded the video as a reminder to motorists to stay focused when driving to avoid such road accidents.

It also posed a question to the public saying: “What do you think are the most common causes of distractions while driving?”

Options include using the phone, children in the vehicle, having food in the car, and applying make-up.

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‎يرجى المشاركة معنا بالاستبيان عبر تعليقاتكم وسوف نقوم بالإعلان عن النتائج يوم الاثنين المقبل ‏ Please share your opinion in the comments below and we will announce the results of the survey on Monday What do you think are the most common causes of distractions while driving? Using the Phone Children ‏ Food MakeUp Others ‎#لا_تنشغل_بغير_الطريق ‎‏#BeConscious ‏ ‎‏@dubaipolicehq @adpolicehq @shjpolice @rakpoliceghq @ajmanpolice @uaq_police @fujpoliceghq @dhpgs @nambulanceuae @uaesaaed @emiratestrans @moiduae @theuaetra @rta_dubai @siraj_uae ‎ #وزارة_الداخلية_الإمارات#أبوظبي#الإعلام_الأمني#الإمارات ‎‏#MOI#MOIUAE#AbuDhabi#UAE#security_media

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