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Saudi floods damage

Saudi floods damage
Saudi men inspect damage in the Red Sea city of Jeddah following a flash flood earlier this week. A downpour on November 25 sparked floods, killing at least 103 people. (Getty Images)
Saudi floods damage
Cars were piled on top of each other by the flood waters. (Getty Images)
Saudi floods damage
People walk past a pile of cars in the Saudi coastal city of Jeddah. More than a million pilgrims in Makkah are expected to depart through Jeddah's airport and seaport, but roads are still not completely clear in the city. (Getty Images)
Saudi floods damage
Cars are stranded in flood waters. Many of those killed in the floods were trapped in cars and buses caught up in the rising waters, according to witnesses. (Getty Images)
Saudi floods damage
The floods injured thousands of people and left many others stranded. (Getty Images)
Saudi floods damage
The rain was the heaviest to fall on Saudi Arabia in many years. (Getty Images)