Heavy Rain in Mumbai, Trains delayed, 2 Killed 5 injured

Trains delayed, water logging due to heavy rains in Mumbai


Mumbai: Due to heaven rains water logging has been reported from various parts of the city which has resulted in delaying of train. According to the  Indian Meteorological Department heavy  rainfall is expected to continue in Mumbai.

Two people died and five were injured on Sunday after a tree fell on them near Metro Cinema at MG Road in South Mumbai’s Marine Lines area, as Reported by news agency ANI.

According to Mumbai police, traffic slowed down at JVLR bridge, Vikhroli, Khar, Malad subway and Andheri subway due to water logging.

Trains delayed for 5-7 hours  as water logging reported in sicon station and In south Mumbai colaba and Santa cruz rainfall of 90mm and 195mm was recorded, according to central railways.

Western railways also reported uttar pradesh line between Bhilad and Sanjan in Mumbai was affected in 7:45 hours in morning. They also reported no disprution, but just slight delay due to low visibility at Suburban Trains.

Rains lashed Mumbai incessantly on Sunday. Malad (West) received the highest amount of rainfall at 110.80 mm between 8.30 am and 4.30 pm on Sunday, according to weather department officials. Powai received 77.80 mm rain and Mulund (West) received 76 mm rain. Due to which traffic slowed on these places as per Mumbai police.


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