The Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority warned of legal action against anyone who deliberately crossing wadis and risking their lives or the lives of others.
In a tweet, CDAA said that legal measures will be taken against those who endanger themselves and others, such as some people jumping and swimming in the streams of valleys and deliberately crossing the flooded wadis and people are warned of standing on steep slopes and heights.
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