DUBAI: Two Indians were killed and two others sustained critical injuries in a quad bike accident while they were trying to scale a sand dune in country's Al Madam city, according to a media report.
The incident happened on Friday when the quad bike of the two Indians, both aged 38, flipped over multiple times trying to scale a sand dune, the Khaleej Times reported.
However, the deceased were not identified in the report.
"On being informed a police patrol and ambulance arrived at the site and rushed them to Al Dhaid Hospital. Two of them were pronounced dead," the report said, quoting a senior police official.
He said the deceased suffered severe internal bleeding in the skull.
"The other two injured - in their 20s - are being treated in the intensive care unit of the hospital," he said.