Another powerful flood in Jordan took the lives of 12 people in the country carried out the rescue operation
At least 12 people, including a young girl killed by floods that swept several cities in Jordan Friday, 9 November.
More than 3,500 tourists were forced to evacuate in connection with the flood of Petra, according to CNN.
Natural disaster was caused by unusually heavy rains.
The ongoing precipitation in the Dabaa area in the South of Jordan have also led to the closure of the motorway in both directions, according to local authorities.
A large number of vehicles were impounded right on the highway, and people are trapped.
In the area of Mlaa, rescue teams and divers are searching for other missing people, the official news Agency Petra in Jordan.
In communities where the water has damaged the generators, the experts are trying to restore electricity.
Rescue operations are continuing in Jordan. Today 60 people were rescued and nine were hospitalized in the hospital of al-Nadim in Madaba.
Also for the effectiveness of rescue operations launched a drone to search for people in flooded areas.
Authorities are asking the public to exercise extreme caution and deal with weather conditions.
According to the latest data, 11 people rescued, but some of them are in critical condition. Another 16 children are reported missing.
The publication notes that the tragic incident occurred near the Dead sea, when a tour bus with 37 students and a group of teachers headed into the tourist area. The bus got in the shower, after which he was carried away by the water flow.
At the scene conducted a massive search and rescue operation, it was attended by military and helicopters. Local authorities were expecting further growth in the number of victims.
The disaster that nature is sending to occur worldwide. So, at the end of September in Spain collapsed heavy rains. Then, flooded was the Costa Blanca region. The storm moved to the island of Mallorca, known for its popular resorts.