Mumbai Rains: Rescue Underway, 15 people died after wall collapse in Chembur

Due to heavy rains in Mumbai since last night, water has been flooded at many places.

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Published on 18 July 2021 4:00 AM GMT

Mumbai Rains: Rescue Underway, 15 people died after wall collapse in Chembur
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New Delhi: Heavy rain in Mumbai once again became a disaster for the city. Due to heavy rains in Mumbai since last night, water has been flooded at places, due to which flooding is being seen on the roads.

Wall collapsed due to rain:

Meanwhile, news has now come that due to heavy rains, at least 15 people died due to wall collapse in Chembur. At the same time, there is news of a trickle collapsing due to rain in Vikhroli, in which at least three people died. The work of evacuating the people trapped in the debris is still going on.

15 people died:

Due to the torrential rains in Mumbai since late Saturday night, the area from Hanuman Nagar to Kandivali has been flooded with knee-deep water. Due to the rain, water has entered the houses of the people.

Roads in and around Mumbai are completely submerged in water. The movement of vehicles has come to a complete halt due to water logging in the Gandhi Market area. The railway track of Mumbai's Sion railway station is completely flooded with water.

Rescue Operation Onward:

On the other hand, in Chembur, Maharashtra, several shanties were hit by the collapse of a wall due to landslide. The National Disaster Management Force (NDRF) said 15 people were killed when a wall collapsed on some shanties in Chembur's Bharat Nagar area due to landslide. Relief and rescue work is on.

It is being told that water has come up to the waist on the main road in Sion area. People are facing lot of problems due to rain. The Meteorological Department has issued a rain warning in Mumbai even today. If it continues to rain like this today, then the situation may worsen even more.

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