Oct. 2 (UPI) — An ambulance plane crashed in United Arab Emirates on Saturday, killing four people, Abu Dhabi police said.
The Abu Dhabi Police General Command said the dead included two pilots, a civilian doctor and a nurse, according to a translation of tweets by Anadolu Agency.
The police for identified the dead as Khamis Saeed al-Holy, Nasser Muhammad al-Rashidi, Shahid Farouk Gholam and Joel Qiui Sakara Minto.
“The Abu Dhabi Police General Command extends its deepest condolences and sympathy to their families, acquaintances and co-workers,” the force tweeted.
Officials were investigating the cause of the crash.