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Car Swept Away In Mumbai, Due to overnight heavy Rainfall. Around 25 people were dead.

Car Swept away in Mumbai, We are not even able to imagine what still will go on in Mumbai! Mumbai is becoming the sign of calamities and miracles. A couple of weeks back we have seen an Incident of the car getting swallowed in a Sinkhole, A house collapse in Malwani of west Mumbai. Now Cars started to sweep away due to heavy rainfalls in Mumbai. The incident took place in Borivali east.

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Car Swept away in Mumbai. Rail services are Down.

Due to overnight heavy rains in Mumbai, the city is facing severe water-logging, From the picture, you can get an idea that what is the current situation in Mumbai.

These rains now started to wash out the cars from their respective parking. Due to excessive rainwater, the cars are started to sweep away, from the video you can see how the cars are swept away due to heavy rains.

The city was pounded with rainwater which leads to the disruption of local train services and causes interruption to the vehicles to travel. The city is full of traffic, power was down from the hours. However, the railways resumed their service in the early morning.

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BMC Reports and counts of death.

Due to Incessant overnight rains around 25 people were killed and several injured says BMC Mumbai.

The accidents were reported in the Chembur & Vikhroli areas of Mumbai. According to BMC negligence or ignorance of safety can point to high risk. It’s better to evacuate people from the regions who are at high risk.

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car swept away in mumbai, lake

The above picture depicts the Vihara Lake, Which supplies drinking water to Mumbai. The lake was full and starts overflowing.

The IMD has issued a red alert, It said that a sudden change in climatic conditions led the city to witness over 100 mm rainfall in 6 hours. According to weather reports Mumbai is going to face severe rainfalls for the next few days.



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