16 lives lost in Oman; The search continues for those in the waves

16 lives lost in Oman; The search continues for those in the waves
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Muscat: According to reports, 16 people have been killed and four are missing and search continues in Oman due to flooding and severe weather in Oman over the past few days. Bri, Director General of Royal Oman Police Operations. General Mohammed bin Nasser Al Kinti said.

According to the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority, (CDAA), the search for missing persons in Dhofar Governorate continues. Three of the eight members of a family that was washed away in waves at Al Mugzail Beach in Salalah by the waves were rescued. Two other bodies were also found. The search continues for the three remaining members of the family.

Rains began in India as a result low pressure in India. Authorities had warned that plaintiffs could overflow, and recommended that precautionary steps be taken. These warnings were ignored, which has resulted in an increase of accident rates. Many people ignored safety instructions, and fell into the wadis or the sea, causing many accidents. High waves were also caused by crossing the security barricades. Tourists flocked to tourist destinations, including beaches, after Bakreed’s arrival. Many places were in violation of safety norms.

16 lives lost in Oman; The search continues for those in the waves

Authorities Continues Searching

The Civil Aviation Authority stated that Oman will experience more unstable weather starting Sunday, due to the formation a low pressure above the northeastern portion of the Arabian Sea. In the next few days, Oman will likely see rain in many parts of Oman, including Muscat, South North Shakhiya Al Wusta, South North Bathinah, Buraimi and Dahira Governorates, Al Hajar Mountains, and other areas.

As it moves westward towards Gulf of Oman, it will become a tropical depression on Friday night and Saturday morning. Flooding will be caused by rains of between 30 and 80mm. The Oman Sea and Arabian Sea coasts will have rough sea, reaching a maximum height 4 meters. Sea inundation can occur in low-lying areas along the coast.

Tourism attractions have reopened

CDAA announced that tourist attractions in Oman, which had been temporarily closed because of adverse weather conditions, were now open again. As national efforts continue to find the missing, Al Mugzail Beach will remain closed in Dhofar Governorate. https://www.pinterest.com/newsgulfin/

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