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About 50 houses completely collapsed last night, in the Qaddo area in the Nile River state in northern Sudan, as a result of the heavy rains that struck the country, according to what the civil defense in the state announced.
The Sudan Tribune website reported on Wednesday that the Civil Defense Forces in the Nile River State said that heavy rains fell in the cities of Atira and Al-Damer, earlier killing 4 people and injuring others, while the seasonal levels of the Dinder River in the Sinar State, southeast of the country, threaten agricultural lands and housing.
The website reported that the cities of Atbara and Al-Damar witnessed heavy rains accompanied by strong winds that continued for hours last night, noting that the Civil Defense Forces are currently working to withdraw water from the Atbara Conversion Power Station after it was flooded with rainwater, after they were able to withdraw water from the Al-Murabba’at neighborhood. Atbara prison and a number of main streets.
In Sennar State, the levels of the Dinder River continued to rise for the second day in a row at an accelerated pace. Yesterday morning, at the measuring station in the city of Dinder, affiliated with the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources, it recorded 13.18 metres, an increase of 18 centimeters over the level of the previous day, and an increase of 1.18 meters over the level of the same day. The year 2022, which was 12 metres.