Jawerah Saif Al Kumaiti is a young, brave and intelligent lady who saved the life of a driver. She is a 22 years old young Emirati lady, who originally hails from Ajman and is employed at Adnoc.
Ras Al Khaimah: An Emirati woman who saved an Indian truck driver from flames following a recent road crash will be honoured by Ras Al Khaimah Police on Sunday.
As the two trucks went up in flames, the driver of a truck whose clothes were burning jumped out of the cabin and was lying on the road battling the fire. In a heroic act, Jawaher Saif Al Kumaiti, who happened to drive past, pulled over her car and came to the Indian driver’s rescue.
In an interview with Gulf News on Saturday, Al Kumaiti, who hails from Ajman, said that she was returning from visiting a friend at Khalifa Hospital in Ras Al Khaimah when she spotted the two trucks in flames and a man lying on the ground, with his clothes on fire. “He was lying down. He was on fire… I took out my friend’s abaya and left the car. I went to cover the guy because there were no clothes on him. He looked at me and said, ‘I’m dying. I’m afraid to die’,” she said, adding that she tried to talk to him and calm him down.She was honored for her bravery: The people on social media shared her story and soon the brave Emirati lady became a hero in the media. The RAK police have honored her for her quick thinking, a brave and courageous action that helped in saving a life. She was interviewed by many news channels.
Source : Gulf News