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Luxor declares state of emergency ahead of anticipated floods

After last night's heavy rain, the governorate is on high alert, fearing possible floods

Ahram Online, Tuesday 18 Jan 2011
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Luxor governorate has set up a state of emergency plan in case of flooding which may occur as heavy rains are predicted to continue. The governorate is holding a committee made of managers and personnel in the health, logistics, veterinary medicine, irrigation and agriculture sectors. It is also working on plans for rescue measures.

Moreover, the governorate has also made arrangements to pump water away from archaeological sites.

However, head of Luxor Airport Samy Abdel Moneim stated that flights will continue as scheduled.

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Alta
18-01-2011 05:43pm
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emergency plan
I find it very clever of the goverment to plan this emergency plan. And not wait like a lot of other goverments are doing.Well done.......
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