Rain plays Havoc in Abu Dhabi

Daijiworld Media Network - Abu Dhabi (ods)

Abu Dhabi - Jan 15:  The unprecedented rains played havoc in Abu Dhabi, as other emirates recieved severe rain creating traffic chaos and damages

The low areas of Musafah were flooded with water clogging, several accidents were reported due to slippery roads.

After dry spells since last two years, this is rainiest January in recorded history revealed an official source.

Officials have asked the public to take extra caution while driving on the roads as visibility was very poor.



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  • ROYSTON, mangalore

    Thu, Jan 17 2008

    All weather news in future will carry a sub-title 'UNPRECEDENTED'. Actually we are nearing 2050 which is the year of our total destruction, the last unprecedented event to happen. Man has become so selfish that he has not smelled his near end. Ofcourse the only remedy is to forget selfishness and think of EVERYONE AND NOT MINE.

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