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A man died in a flood in Nakhal Arod in southern Israel on Saturday after a group of five planners entered the area, ignoring warnings of harsh weather conditions.
An injured man, 50, was evacuated to the Soroc Health Center in Beershebe for treatment.
Police and IDF together saved about 20 people in the Negev area, some who were hiking and others who were driving jeeps, ending rescue operations on Saturday night with the help of volunteers, helicopters and night vision equipment.
The police repeatedly urged the public to refrain from traveling to the area.
On Friday, the 669 IDF search and rescue unit was deployed to find four mountaineers in Nahal-Ogu, who were caught after washing them out of the flood waters.
"Despite adverse climatic conditions, the four hill mountains saved 669 fighters," the military said in a statement, adding that one was hospitalized for minor injuries.
In Jordan, weather conditions caused much more damage than at least twelve people and dozens of missing persons. The authorities evacuated more than 3,700 tourists from the ancient city of Petra on Friday, officials said.
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Visitors were taken to protected areas before floods flooded parts of a mountain town famous for its carved rocky ruins, spokeswoman Jumana Ghunaimat said.
Authorities declared a state of emergency in the Red Sea of the port city of Aqaba in the south, as precipitation began in the afternoon.
Civil defense divers were demanding five people whose car was flooded by floods in the Madaba area southwest of the capital, a state news agency in Petria said.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry was investigating reports that three Israelis had disappeared in Vadi Rum and found them safe and good.
Anna Ahronheim, Jerusalem Post Staff and Reuters contributed to this report.
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