Strong winds in Ras Al Khaimah have landed a bed up on a lamp post in the Ghalilah area of the emirate.The bed seemed to be left outside one of the traditional houses in the area.Sources at the Department of Public Works in Ras Al Khaimah, said that they were alerted about the bed hanging from the lamp post by some people and that they also saw a picture of the same on social media.Meanwhile, the department of public works has deployed more workers to remove all trees, wastes and things that might block the roads and highways in Ras Al Khaimah.Traffic patrols have also been deployed on all internal roads and highways to help the people and ensure traffic flow.
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