Flash flood in Jordan

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A flash flood in southern Jordan on Nov. 10 killed at least 11 people and forced more than 4,000, including tourists, to evacuate from the ancient city of Petra. Water depths at the Petra archaeological site were measured as high as 14 feet in some areas.

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A flash flood in southern Jordan on Nov. 10 killed at least 11 people and forced more than 4,000, including tourists, to evacuate from the ancient city of Petra. Water depths at the Petra archaeological site were measured as high as 14 feet in some areas.