High Sea Waves Cause Flooding In Parts Of The UAE

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Roads in Sharjah and Fujairah were closed on Monday after high waves caused flooding in both emirates.

Police in Sharjah urged members of the public to stay away from the sea due to the hazardous conditions and sealed off Kalba Corniche Road, from Khor Kalba port roundabout to Medan Kalbe, as water levels rose.

Fujairah Municipality shut down Murbah Beach Road and urged members of the public to be cautious. The municipality launched a clean-up operation on Monday. Roads in coastal areas in Murbah and Qidfa in Fujairah and Khor Fakkan in Sharjah were hit by flooding, causing disruption for motorists.

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Sharjah police also urged beachgoers to steer clear of affected coastal areas.

“Due to weather fluctuations in the eastern regions of the country. The Sharjah Police General Command calls on the public to exercise caution and refrain from going to the sea because of the high level of water,” said the statement.



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