Heavy rains batter Mumbai, orange alert issued within the metropolis; deluge causes landslides, wall and bridge collapse in Thane, Palghar | Information | The Chhattisgarh

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June 16, 2021

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Heavy rains batter Mumbai, orange alert issued in the city; deluge causes landslides, wall and bridge collapse in Thane, Palghar

Heavy rains batter Mumbai, orange alert issued within the metropolis; deluge causes landslides, wall and bridge collapse in Thane, Palghar | Information

New Delhi: As Mumbai welcomed the onset of monsoon early on Wednesday (June 9), incessant showers disrupted life in Mumbai and precipitated a number of incidents of landslide, wall and bridge collapse in Thane metropolis and neighbouring Palghar district in Maharashtra. 
Whereas no casualties have been reported, no less than six autos have been broken after bushes fell on them throughout the downpour, PTI quoted Santosh Kadam, the chief of the Thane Municipal Company’s (TMC) regional catastrophe administration cell as saying. 
Panvel-Kalwa highway and Mumbra Bypass Street, each in Mumbra witnessed landslides because of the heavy downpour. Rescue groups reached the scene to clear the roads and guarantee easy motion of autos, the official added. 
Furthermore, three incidents of wall collapse occurred in Thane metropolis, nonetheless, nobody was injured. A bridge in Kolgaon village of Palghar district collapsed, the Chief of the District Catastrophe Administration Cell Vivekanand Kadam informed the information company. No casualties have been reported within the bridge collapse, however transport hyperlink to villages across the bridge was lower off, Kadam knowledgeable. 
In the meantime, the India Meteorological Division (IMD) issued orange alert for Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts, for the approaching 4 days. It additionally issued an orange alert for Pune, Satara and Kolhapur districts in western Maharashtra on Saturday and Sunday, and for Bhandara, Gondia and Gadchiroli districts within the Vidharbha area on Sunday.
The heavy deluge lashed Mumbai and introduced town to a standstill. It disrupted native prepare providers, led to water-logging in varied elements of town, pushing the site visitors police to close 4 subways. 
(With inputs from businesses)
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