Two Killed As Heavy Monsoon Rains Lash Hyderabad | The Climate Channel – Articles from The Climate Channel


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Two folks have been killed in a home collapse as heavy rains lashed a number of components of Hyderabad on Wednesday, inundating low-lying areas, flooding roads, and throwing vehicular site visitors out of drugs.

With 10 cm rainfall in a few hours at many locations, the roads turned cesspools. The heavy downpour induced lengthy site visitors snarls. Motorists have been stranded within the peak night time.

At some locations like Shaikhpet and Attapur, automobiles have been submerged whereas few two-wheelers washed away.

Roads have been flooded in busy posh areas like Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills and business centres like Ameerpet, Koti, Dilsukhnagar, LB Nagar, Abids, Basheerbagh, Begumpet, Khairatabad, and Secunderabad.

Better Hyderabad Municipal Company (GHMC) pressed its catastrophe response pressure groups into service to attend the complaints of waterlogging. The groups have been making an attempt to pump out water whilst overflowing drainages made their process troublesome.

The municipal officers appealed to folks to stay indoors. Police diverted site visitors at Biodiversity Park because the street main in the direction of Mehdipatnam from Gachibowli was submerged at Shaikpet and Toli Chowki.

At Attapur beneath PVNR Expressway, motorists left their automobiles to save lots of themselves because the street was completely submerged, and the water stage rose to the peak of automobiles.

Two individuals have been killed in a wall collapse incident at Medipally. Police mentioned two individuals who have been passing by on a motorcycle have been killed when a wall of a temple collapsed.

Bahadurpura and Gandipet acquired the utmost rainfall of over 10.9 cm. In response to the Telangana State Growth Planning Society, the rainfall at Rajendranagar was 10.4 whereas it was 9.7 cm in Shaikpet.

The Hyderabad Meteorological Workplace mentioned the heavy rains have been resulting from a low stress space over Telangana and adjoining South Chhattisgarh. It has forecast extra rains.


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