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Saturday , January 16 2021

Drifters dupe police, block roads for stunts – Hunt for ‘Zed’ owner

KUWAIT CITY, March 16: Investigations have been launched to find an unknown individual who closed a road in Ahmadi Governorate to perform stunts with his sports car, popularly known as ‘Zed’, in a manner that posed danger to the lives of other road users. When the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the reckless driver, securitymen rushed to the location but discovered that the suspect had already fled the scene.

However, they managed to obtain the description and number of the vehicle, using which they have started their search in order to arrest the driver.

Meanwhile, a group of reckless drivers in Farwaniya Governorate took advantage of the absence of the police to transform roads into circuits for drifting and performing stunts that can be deemed dangerous for the lives of other road users. Investigations have been launched to find and arrest them.

An unidentified individual sustained injuries when his vehicle toppled on Fifth Ring Road at an intersection in Andalous area.

According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, when the Operations Room of the ministry received information about the accident, securitymen rushed to the location with paramedics and firefighters.

Firefighters pulled out the driver, who was trapped inside his vehicle, and paramedics referred him to the nearest hospital. Securitymen have launched investigations to determine the cause of the accident. They removed the vehicle from the road and organized the traffic.

Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti woman sustained injuries and fractures when her vehicle collided with another on Sulaibikhat Road. Paramedics referred her to Sabah Hospital for treatment.

By Meshal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff

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