Trains Delayed As Heavy Overnight Rain In Mumbai Floods Tracks

Mumbai Trains

Heavy rains in Mumbai have raised the people's troubles. Due to rain, people are facing the problem of waterlogging.

Heavy rains in Mumbai have raised the people's troubles. Due to rain, people are facing the problem of waterlogging. Not only this, due to the torrential rains here, it is also getting waterlogging on railway track and bus bases, which has affected many trains too. Due to rain, due to the impact of the train, the daily activities of the people are also affecting. The routes of several trunks should also be changed. People living in many areas of the metropolis are facing the problem of waterfowl. There is nothing visible except the street-lane water. Due to heavy rains, trees were thrown in many areas, so even a part of the house fell apart. According to the Meteorological Department, the problems of the people of Mumbai are not going to end soon. Today in Mumbai, heavy rain is expected all day.

Mumbai: Streets in Chembur flooded, following heavy rainfall in the state.

9.22 mm in Mumbai city from 8 am to 6 pm in Mumbai. It's raining. It is also raining since the late night in Palghar adjacent to Mumbai. Rainwater is flooded on the roads, due to which the speed of Mumbai has stopped.

Train movement has been started at Palghar in Mumbai Division at 08.05 hrs (1/7/19).

Due to heavy rains in Mumbai, school and office attendants are having difficulty in the morning. Early rain has kept the BMC's claims for all claims open. At the same time, the Western Railway PRO said that due to heavy rains and strong winds the construction work is also hampered. Given the obstacles in construction work, the trunks have been stopped between Churchgate and Marine Lines. He said that traffic is expected to start in the next 30 minutes.

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Earlier, the Meteorological Department had said that heavy rains could occur in Mumbai and adjoining areas in the next 24 hours. The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in Mumbai and Konkan. There is heavy rain alert in North Konkan till July 2. High Tide Alert has also been released. On Friday, there were many accidents due to rain, in which 4 people died. A 60-year-old woman was killed due to a current in Andheri, while in the second incident, two persons were killed in Goregaon and 2 were seriously injured.

Mumbai: Streets in King's Circle area water-logged, following heavy rainfall in Maharashtra.

In Thane, a person was killed due to a temporary nature. Many trains were damaged due to the collapse of the wall on Friday night in the Chembur area.

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