Heavy Rains Inundate Oman

Heavy Rains Inundate Oman

There was flooding in some areas of Oman due to heavy rain and hail, and authorities warned people to stay away from flooded areas

Cars were flooded in at least two areas as water filled valleys and roads were covered with water. The Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority said it rescued one person from the Rustake area in the north.

The Omani Civil Aviation Authority warned people to take reasonable precautions because of the rainfall, which can reach 40 millimeters.

Omanis living in Musandam, a region in the north of the peninsula, and in the towns of Shinas and Saham, located in Batin, say the streets are deserted and the roads are empty.

“The rain has started, but not yet heavy, and people are responding to warnings on television and radio to stay home,” Taher Al Suwaidi, 37, a cab driver from Hasab in Musandam, told The National.

“There is nobody on the streets and there are hardly any cars on the roads. Everyone is taking precautions and expecting the worst.”

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