New Year’s Eve in Dubai: Police announce zero accidents, injuries reported during celebrations across 30 locations

Dubai Police have announced that none of the 30 locations chosen for Dubai’s New Year’s Eve celebrations in 2023 saw any injuries or accidents.

The Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, praised the executive committee’s professionalism and effectiveness in securing the event, ensuring smooth traffic control in all locations, and assisting the public in safely gaining access to the celebration areas.

Lt.’s advertisement Gen. Al Marri praised the committee’s tireless efforts to ensure a thorough preparation with 10,579 police officers and 5,800 security guards, 1,420 volunteers and 3,651 patrols and vehicles, and 45 security boats deployed throughout the celebration locations.

The acting assistant Commander-in-Chief for operations affairs, Major General Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, noted that the force received 20,337 calls between December 31 and January 1 at 6 a.m. The non-emergency toll number 901 received the remaining 1,190 calls, while the emergency hotline 999 received 19,147 calls.

The year 2023 in Dubai was marked by spectacular fireworks displays at 30 locations throughout the city. Concerts, family-friendly activities, and spectacular drone shows were among these.

During the New Year’s Eve celebrations, the Transport Security Department (TSD) worked with strategic partners to ensure the safety of 2 million passengers.

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