Sarah Abu Sido’s body was handed over to a family where two children died in the Dead Sea and were buried by the family.
According to the director of forensic medicine, the two families agreed, and the bodies would not be exhumed again and replaced.
The director of Jordanian forensic medicine decided the controversy over the unknown body that arrived at al-Bashir Hospital after the incident.
The family of the child, Sarah Abu-Sido, said that they did not return to their daughter. The Jordanian Ministry of Health announced earlier that the floods that hit the southern Jordan Valley in the Dead Sea resulted in 18 dead, mostly children and 34 wounded, as well as missing, and the number of victims is likely to rise.
The Jordanian Civil Defense said that floods washed away a school trip in the region, which resulted in the death of her children and the loss of dozens.
The Royal Hashemite Court announced the tinkering of the flag on the main entrance of the Royal Court, starting from Friday morning and for 3 days, to mourn the victims of the accident.