Israel Rescues 150 Hikers Caught in Dead Sea Rain Storm

Judean Desert
AP/Dusan Vranic

The Times of Israel reports: Some 150 hikers in the Judean Desert needed to be rescued after being caught in the first heavy rainfall of the season Monday morning. The hikers were in Nahal Og, which like other stream beds near the Dead Sea often sees flash flooding during heavy rains.

The rains also led to flooding in a number of areas in northern Israel, as well as in Tel Aviv.

The rains also brought power outages in a number of locations throughout the country, including in the northern city of Hadera.

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