RAK Police find missing child after 12 hours at Mount Yanas

RAK Police find missing child after 12 hours at Mount Yanas
RAK Police find missing child after 12 hours at Mount Yanas

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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - The missing boy poses for a photograph.

Adnan Okasha, Staff Reporter

A joint search and rescue team including members of the General Headquarters of Ras Al Khaimah Police, Civil Defence Directorate and a number of concerned authorities rescued an Asian child, 33-month-old, after his family lost him for 12 hours during a family trip at Mount Yanas.

The Operations Room reportedly received a tipoff from an Asian family last Friday alerting the loss of their child in Mount Yanas.

The competent teams rushed to the scene instantly on receiving the report with a number of residents of the area, the "Hazza Fazza" team for adventures and a helicopter from the National Centre for Search and Rescue.

After 12 hours of continuous search, at about 6.00am on Saturday, one of the Hazza Fazza team members found the missing child with some minor scratches in Wadi Naqab, about 10 kilometres away from Ras Al Khaimah City Centre.

The police handed the child over to his parents and called on all mountain goers to be careful and monitor kids while being in such areas in order to keep them safe.

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