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    Posted November 25, 2009 by
    noortechy
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    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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    Severe weather

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    'Flood' Jeddah - Mountain Running Water Flow continues..!!

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     noortechy says people in the area are affected by the rains and won't be able to move around as they had planned during the Hajj. noortechy is a visitor from India and is not participating in the Hajj, but he is observing how others are affected.
    - nsaidi, CNN iReport producer

    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia :    Heavy rains which started early morning and last for hours took 13 peoples life in port city Jeddah . As the mountain running water still flows through the roads, traffic are still not restored to normal,

     

    Lots of houses and flats are in threat as the sudden flood entered which lead to really unconfortable life. People are struggling to drive the water flow out as there is no proper drainage facility in town. Many vehicles are got stuck, and flowed in flood. Many areas electrical shock via water making a real threat, as the city hardly get rains, so there is no proper precaution steps taken.

     

    People saying the Flow of water is coming down, though it will take couple of days to restore the normal life. As its the season of Hajj and Bakrid going to come all most all school and other business units are on holidays. But people are in thought of their Celebration which gon a be miserable if rain Continues.

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