Israeli police requests not to travel to Tel Aviv because of the flood threat

Israeli police on Tuesday recommended motorists not to travel to Tel Aviv, where the threat of flooding blocked a key highway and stopped trains.

A few rainy days filled to the brim with Ayalon river bed, dry most of the year, posing a threat of flooding of the same name, with its chord Highway Congresses on long distance routes and located here branch railway.

Local media reports that an overlap Ayalon highway police went for the first time in a decade. At the entrance to Tel Aviv this morning have accumulated many kilometers of traffic jams.

Heavy rainfall led to traffic disruptions across the country. Radio station "Kol Yisrael" reports, in particular the police, for fear of mudslides, closed a long stretch of Highway 90, which runs along the Dead Sea.

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