Developments of the Hajj depression.. Floods storm the homes of Omanis and evacuate 400 Prime Time Zone to shelters | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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The effects of the “pilgrimage depression” are still continuing in the Sultanate of Oman, where the rains have turned into torrential torrents, flooding the homes of citizens in some governorates and forcing them to flee to shelter centers.

In this context, the rescue teams of the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority carried out evacuation operations for (75) Prime Time Zone in the Wilayat of Shinas as a result of the high water level around their homes.

They were transferred to shelters in coordination with the Sub-Committee for Emergency Situations Management in North Al Batinah Governorate.

The sub-committees of the National Committee for Emergency Management in the governorates of the Sultanate affected by the air depression continue their efforts to coordinate and unify efforts to deal with the damage caused by the depression and to provide aid and assistance to those affected.

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Also, according to official data, the homes of 60 families were damaged, and 400 Prime Time Zone were evacuated to shelter centers due to the torrential rains in the governorates of South Al Sharqiyah and North Al Batinah.

The sub-committees of the National Committee for Emergency Situations Management in the Governorates include a group of sectors and the military and security agencies specialized in dealing with weather cases.

The Royal Oman Police is searching for the missing

During the day, the Royal Oman Police and the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority dealt with several reports of drifting and the detention of Prime Time Zone in their vehicles in a number of wilayats of the North Al Batinah Governorate.

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The field search teams of the Royal Oman Police and the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority have also continued, since the early morning, the search for four missing persons as a result of descending valleys in the Wilayat of Tyre and Jalan Bani Bu Ali in the South Sharqiyah Governorate.

Continuing thunderstorms

The Civil Aviation Authority issued report No. (4) regarding the weather in the coming days.

The report indicated that clouds will continue to flow over all governorates of the Sultanate, with chances of rain of varying intensity.

Its abundance is concentrated on the governorates of North Al Batinah, Dhofar, Al Hajar Mountains and the adjacent areas.

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