Following a pink alert issued by the India Meteorological Division (IMD)- of heavy to very heavy rainfall in components of Kerala, torrential rains pounded Idukki district, leading to a serious landslide. A number of property employees of a tea […]
Following a pink alert issued by the India Meteorological Division (IMD)- of heavy to very heavy rainfall in components of Kerala, torrential rains pounded Idukki district, leading to a serious landslide. A number of property employees of a tea plantation are feared trapped.
In Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray took inventory of the state administration’s preparedness in Mumbai and different components of the state. The rain depth decreased on Friday morning and the water receded in a number of flooded areas, resulting in a gradual resumption highway transport providers, officers stated. Heavy rainfall continues to lash components of Karnataka and Kerala.
Listed below are the Reside Updates:
– The place did the landslide occur?
The landslide occurred at Pettimudi property, a tea plantation in Rajamala space close to Munnar, the place round 80 individuals reside and a number of other are feared trapped beneath the particles.
– A cellular medical crew and 15 ambulances have been despatched to Idukki to rearrange therapy. Extra medical groups will probably be despatched if essential, stated Kerala Well being Minister KK Shailaja.
– A day after sturdy winds reaching as much as 100 kmph together with heavy rain pounded Mumbai, the rain depth got here down on Friday with water receding in some flooded areas. The climate bureau has predicted additional discount in rainfall exercise.
– Nationwide Catastrophe Response Drive (NDRF) has been deployed to rescue the landslide victims in Idukki’s Rajamala. Police,
fireplace, forest and income officers additionally instructed to accentuate rescue operation, stated Kerala Chief Minister
– Streets waterlogged in Malappuram’s Nilambur space, on account of in a single day heavy downpour. Whereas rainfall continues to lash Wayanad district. IMD has issued a pink alert- extraordinarily heavy rainfall in Kerala until August 9.
– The Panchaganga river in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra continues to be flowing above the hazard mark, however the rise in water stage is sluggish and regular on account of discharge of water from a dam, officers from the native administration stated.
– Vehicular motion halted at Alageshwara highway in Koppa city of Chikmagalur district, Karnataka following a landslide on account of in a single day rainfall. The state authorities are working to clear the way in which.
– Components of Kodagu district proceed to reel beneath flood-like scenario on account of incessant rainfall.
– Landslide happens in Idukki district’s Rajamala space, Kerala. The Police and fireplace division rushed to the spot.
– Well-known Siva temple in Aluva district of Kerala is half-submerged in water because of the rise in water stage within the close by Periyar River. In the course of the 2018 flood, the temple was nearly utterly submerged in floodwaters.
Kids play on a waterlogged highway after it was closed due to heavy rainfall in Mumbai, India,
– Over the past two days, 361 situations of tree fall had been recorded throughout Mumbai. Heavy downpour accompanied by thunder and high-speed winds, reaching as much as 70 kmps. This resulted within the uprooting of almost 140 bushes. Of them, 112 had been from the island metropolis.
– Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, accompanied by State Minister Aaditya Thackeray visited Peddar Street the place a portion of a wall had collapsed, to take inventory of the harm attributable to torrential rain and powerful winds.
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