Heavy Rain In Mumbai And Suburbs; Train, Bus Services Hit

Heavy Rain In Mumbai And Suburbs; Prepare, Bus Companies Hit

Regular life was affected on Wednesday as heavy rain continued in Mumbai and its suburbs inflicting waterlogging and site visitors snarls at a number of areas. The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has predicted heavy rain in Mumbai and its suburbs until Friday, with a chance of very heavy showers at remoted locations.

Prepare and bus companies have been affected on some routes within the metropolis as a consequence of flooding within the low-lying areas and railway tracks, officers stated.

Maharashtra has been witnessing heavy rains since Monday and the water degree of some rivers has been rising quickly. In Thane, a person was crushed to loss of life as he fell from his motorbike after hitting a pothole.

A landslide was reported close to Pratapgad Fort in Satara district early this morning following heavy rains. There was no report of any casualty, officers stated.

The Climate Division has issued ‘purple’ and ‘orange’ alerts predicting very heavy to extraordinarily heavy rainfall over the subsequent few days for Raigad, Ratnagiri and another districts.