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Arab Emirates destruction due to floods: Homes are drowned in many cities, government issued an alert and ordered work from Home

Arab Emirates destruction due to floods: Homes are drowned in many cities, government issued an alert and ordered work from Home

The rains started on Wednesday in the eastern parts of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) continued on Thursday. Floods in eastern areas caused havoc after two days of heavy rains. The houses were flooded due to heavy rains. At the same time, the vehicles were swept away due to the roads being full. According to UAE media reports, areas such as Sharjah, Ras Al Khemah and Fujarah have been the most affected by floods. New videos tweeted from the large loss -up center can see heavy waterlogging in many areas. Many houses were completely submerged due to floods, some houses were damaged. In cities, vehicles are stuck in water. Due to the water in the areas, the people trapped there are being taken out. Floods have caused a lot of damage to private and public properties. Such rainfall that occurred after 27 years has appealed to the local people not to go to the eastern regions of the country. The National Center for Meeteriology (NCM) has issued a red alert for some areas. NCM says that UAE has received such heavy rain after 27 years. It is raining in some areas of UAE. The rescue work is being done loudly. Vice-President of Work from Home for employees Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid has directed to make arrangements for flood-displaced families to stay in hotels. Employees living in flood affected areas have been instructed to work from home on Thursday and Friday. Shelter homes are being provided temporarily for the floods. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 29th 2022, 12:22 pm
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