Cyclone Shaheen: Death toll rises to 4, including a child, 42 rescued in Muscat

Muscat: The torrential rains in Muscat Governorate as a result of the tropical situation caused the death of four people, including a person as a result of his vehicle drifting, and a child drowning in pools of water, while the rescue teams pulled out two Asian people from under the rescue who died as a result of the collapse of a mountain on workers’ accommodation in the Rusayl Industrial Area. As a result of the orbital condition.

The response teams of the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority dealt today with 9 reports of people being detained in their vehicles in the Governorate of Muscat, which resulted in the rescue of (25) people, and the response teams were able to rescue 17 people due to rainwater entering their homes in the Wilayat of Muttrah.

The Royal Oman Police and the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority have reinforced the readiness of their formations with the manpower, devices and equipment necessary to carry out rescue and evacuation operations, provide aid and assistance, and deal optimally with all communications.

The response teams also carried out a rescue operation for a family of two people; After they were detained inside their home in the Wilayat of Suwaiq in the North Al Batinah Governorate, all of them are in good health.

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