The main road near the Dead Sea was closed in both directions on Friday night as part of the road collapsed due to heavy flooding.
On Saturday, November 10, The Times of Israel reports.
It should be noted that particularly strong rain in the south of the country.
Photos and videos posted on social networks have shown that Kidron 90's motorway was split in half after a large part of the pavement collapsed a few meters into the ground.
At the moment, the emergency area is being repaired.
In its statement, the police warned that other parts of road 90 could be threatened by collapse due to lightning floods and encouraging drivers to exercise caution when driving in the area.
In addition, it is reported that four tourists lost the Nahal Og rocky outcrop to the east of Jerusalem.
According to newspapers, passengers have found themselves in a cave due to heavy floods.
One of them fell and was slightly injured. His friends quickly responded and called for help. As a result, the victim was evacuated by a helicopter to the hospital.
The rest of the tourists were also taken from the reserve.
It is expected that the rain will continue during the weekend in southern and eastern Israel.