The main main road near the Dead Sea was closed for traffic in any direction on Friday night, after part of the road crashed due to floods.
On Saturday, November 10, reports The Times of Israel.
It is reported that strong rainfall is in the south of the country.
Photos and videos posted on social networks showed that 90 highways near the Kidron River split in half after a large part of the sidewalk crashed several meters in the country.
At the moment, ambulances are being performed.
In a statement, the police warned that other parts of the main road 90 could be at risk of crash due to a mild flood, urging drivers to use too much attention while driving in that area.
In addition, it was reported that four tourists lost in the stone gorge of Nahal Oga in the east of Jerusalem.
According to the newspaper, passengers were found in the cave due to heavy flooding.
One of them fell and was slightly injured. His friends responded quickly and called for help. In result, the victim evacuated a helicopter to the hospital.
The rest of the tourists are also taken from the reserve.
It is expected that the rain will last for the weekend in southern and eastern Israel.