Truck Narrowly Escapes Flash Flood Waters in Saudi Arabia

Published 10 Mar 2018, 08:47 GMT
Truck Narrowly Escapes Flash Flood Waters in Saudi Arabia

A harrowing race for time unfolded as onlookers gathered to watch flash flood waters crash down King Abdullah Road in Houta Bani Tamim, Saudi Arabia. Heavy thunderstorms in the area caused the localised flooding. One truck was caught in the middle of the waters and narrowly avoided being swept away.

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