Landslide, rain in Mumbai, 11 deaths, 3 dead in Vikhroli, rescue work continues

Landslide due to heavy rain in Mumbai

Mumbai: According to big news, the torrential rains in Mumbai have made the condition of the place miserable. Due to excessive waterlogging, now the roads here have been submerged in water. At the same time, due to the rain of this calamity, many people are trapped, due to which they are not able to go to their homes. Especially in low-lying areas of Mumbai, the problem has increased even more. The roads here are knee-deep in water.

In this sequence, due to heavy rains, there has been a severe landslide in the Vashi Naka area of ​​Chembur. 4-5 houses have come under its grip and many people have also been buried under its rubble. After this incident, the rescue operation has been started.

With this, the NDRF team has so far pulled out 11 bodies from the rubble of the spot. Including the body of a woman. It is being told that 6 to 8 more people are feared trapped under the debris. At the same time, according to another news, ground plus one residential building collapsed in the Vikhroli area of ​​Mumbai on Sunday morning, in which 3 people died. Which has been confirmed by BMC.

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Roads submerged
Significantly, the Zion area and Gandhi Market in Mumbai are currently flooded. The roads here are completely submerged. Here now the vehicles are stuck at various places. Because of this also people are facing lot of trouble now. At present, BMC employees are present at various places, who are trying to convince people that the danger may increase further, so take precautions, and leave the house only when absolutely necessary.

Very challenging next 48 hours for Mumbai
Here along with the low-lying areas, there has been heavy water logging at the local railway stations of Mumbai. At the same time, the Meteorological Department had already expressed the fear that the coming 48 hours could prove to be very challenging and severe in terms of rain for Mumbai. Along with this, people were also given clear instructions that they should come out of the house only if there is urgent work, otherwise, it is better not to leave the house.