Mumbai rains Highlights: Heavy showers clog roads; wall collapse, road cave-in disrupt normal life
Mumbai rains will continue to batter the city on Monday according to IMD weather report. Several areas witnessed traffic snarls due to heavy waterlogging, local trains running late.
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Heavy rains in Mumbai pounded the city on Monday as several areas witnessed traffic snarls, flooding and train delays during morning rush hours.
A 15-year-old boy was among four people killed in Mumbai city and Thane district. The rail and road traffic was disrupted during rush hours, officials said.
The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Mumbai office has said heavy rainfall will continue in some parts of the city and its suburbs after similar conditions over the weekend.
Reduction in rainfall over north Konkan in next 24 hrs: IMD
Circulation over south Gujarat and adjoining North Konkan has moved inward in north direction, causing reduction in rainfall activity over north Konkan in next 24 hrs: India Meteorological Department
NDMA asks people to stay away from electric poles, fallen power lines
National Disaster Management Authority alerted people to stay away from electric poles and fallen power lines to avoid electrocution. It also advised people to stay away from sewerage lines, gutters, drains and culverts.
Portion of road at Marine Lines caves in
A portion of the road at Anandilal Podar Marg, Marine Lines, in Mumbai caves in following heavy rainfall.
Dahanu records 143 mm of rains in 9 hours
Sanjay Nirupam urges Maharashtra CM to take action after wall collapses in Wadala
All the illegal constructions in Mumbai are allowed by Building Proposal dept of #BMC which comes directly under Commissioner Mehta. For #Wadala landslide Commissioner Mehta must be held accountable and be removed from his post immediately.— Sanjay Nirupam (@sanjaynirupam) June 25, 2018
Pl act @Dev_Fadnavis ji https://t.co/uP38JwbbhZ
Navi Mumbai receives 103.25 mm of rainfall
An average of 103.25 mm of rainfall was recorded between 8.30 am to 5:30 pm in Navi Mumbai.
Belapur in Navi Mumbai received 125.60 mm, Nerul recorded 105.00 mm, Vashi got 90.50 mm and Airoli received 93.00 mm of rainfall.
Road to Navi Mumbai Airport site submerged
The road to Navi Mumbai Airport site was submerged under rainwater.
Waterlogging in Bandra
A section of SV Road in Bandra was waterlogged in the afternoon after heavy showers.
Rajyavardhan Rathore urges people to stay safe, shares emergency numbers
Rains predicted to go from heavy to very heavy in Mumbai, stay safe everyone! #MumbaiRains always bring up heartwarming stories of Mumbaikars standing to help each other.— Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe) June 25, 2018
Some emergency numbers that will assure help for those stranded. pic.twitter.com/llFmy6gn4E
Bandra west MLA says BMC doing best to help people
#Mumbairains 231mm in last 24 hrs- xpected 2 continue 2day evening. I spoke 2 BMC Commissioner & Disaster control room. Mumbai is ticking, but a bit slowly ! Police/ BMC authorities r present in full force & doin their best 2 hlp Mumbaikars ! Stay safe.— ashish shelar (@ShelarAshish) June 25, 2018
#Mumbairains- I am in touch w HWest (Bandra/Khar/Scruz) BMC & police. De flooding Pumps r deployed @ Jay bharat & Milan/khar subways.complained about non effective working of Gazdar bandh pumpin station ! Take care !— ashish shelar (@ShelarAshish) June 25, 2018
Road caves in at Marine Lines
Vehicular movement on the road has been closed.
Building collapses in south Mumbai’s Pydhonie, none injured
A part of a dilapidated four-storey residential building collapsed in south Mumbai’s Pydhonie area in the afternoon. No one was injured as the MHADA cess building had been vacated a while ago.
Low visibility at Mumbai airport
However, flight operations have not been affected.
Sion-Panvel Highway flooded
The Sion-Panvel Highway was flooded in Kalamboli, which affected traffic movement. Weekend commuters returning to the city through the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, near Panvel, struggled as traffic came to a standstill. Work at the Navi Mumbai International airport site in Panvel also had to be halted because of heavy rainfall. Several areas in Uran were waterlogged and the Uran-Belapur Road was completely submerged.
Waterlogging at few places in Navi Mumbai
In Navi Mumbai, waterlogging was reported at APMC market and Sarovar Vihar area in Sector 11 in CBD-Belapur. Water also entered the Turbhe MIDC police station premises.
Balcony of a single-storey building collapses in Andheri east
Part of a balcony collapsed in the single-storey building in Andheri east. Rajkumari Goud, 37, was injured and has been taken to Cooper hospital. She is said to be in a critical condition.
Virar-Vaitarna train service resumes
Virar-Vaitarna train services were stopped for 30 minutes due to water on tracks, service resumes.
Restoration of tracks at CSMT
CSMT bound harbour line trains running as per without schedule. Central railway trains operating with 10 minutes delay.
Railways restores Bhilad-Sanjan, Valsad line
Western Railway officials rushed to Sanjan to take the stock of the situation as embankment washed away due to flood, slowing down traffic on Mumbai-Ahmedabad trunk route.
Teenager dies as wall collapses in Thane
Kiran Ghaywat, 15, died after a portion of a wall of a sewerage treatment plant at Vadolgaon, near Ulhasnagar in Thane district, collapsed on their house late last night
Navi Mumbai receives 38mm rainfall
38.83 mm rainfall has been recorded in Navi Mumbai from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm.
IMD forecast for the next 24 hours
Continuous rain/thundershowers likely to occur in city and suburbs with heavy to very heavy falls at a few places.
Several trains rescheduled
Departure timings of Dadar-Ajmer Express, Mumbai Central -Ahmedabad Double Decker Express, Mumbai Central -Ahmedabad Karnavati Express and Bandra Terminus -Bikaner Express have been rescheduled, tweets Western Railway.
18-year-old boy dies in Malad
Nagendra Nagarjun, an 18-year-old boy, fell into a manhole near Evershine Nagar in Malad (west) and drowned on Monday morning. He was pulled out and taken to a hospital, where he was declared brought dead
Waterlogging reported in different parts of the city
Heavy waterlogging reported at Sanpada in Navi Mumbai, Ulwe Belapur internal road, SV road.
No disruption on Western Railway suburban section
No disruption in running of trains on Western Railway suburban section despite of heavy rains, meanwhile Central Railway trains running 15-20 minutes late.
Khar subway re-opens
Milan subway and Khar subway open for commuters now. However traffic is moving slow due to water logging.
Traffic restored between Bhilad and Sanjan railway line.
Traffic has been started at 10 kmph in view of safety on affected UP line between Bhilad & Sanjan. Now both the lines working in this section.
Movement of UP trains 12954,12922, 59038,22956, 12009 & 22953 have been started towards Mumbai from the respective stns where they were regulated due to flooding bet Bhilad & Sanjan. @drmbct #WRUpdates pic.twitter.com/2fqkYjKUnu— Western Railway (@WesternRly) June 25, 2018
Traffic affected at many places
Traffic closed at Khar subway, Santacruz division due to water logging, it has been diverted to Link Road, tweets Mumbai Police. Traffic was also affected at Khar, Malad and Andheri subway due to waterlogging and authorities diverted routes at Sion, Powai, Chembur, Milan Subway.
Wall collapses in Wadala
There is a wall collapse at Lloyd estate in Antop hill, Wadala. Several cars damaged, no injuries reported.
Two dead, several injured after tree falls at MG road
Two people died, five were injured after a tree fell on them at MG road due to heavy rains, reports ANI.
Waterlogging in several areas
Water logging in parts of Goregaon, Kandivali, Sion, Malad, Khar and Kurla.
Suburban trains at least 15-20 minute late on Western Railway and Central Railway
There is slight delay due to low visibility in some areas due to rains, says Western Railway. Due to heavy rain between Virar and Surat all Mail Express trains arriving at Bandra Terminus , Dadar Terminus and Mumbai central are expected to be arrived late.
IMD predicts heavy to very heavy rains
Colaba recorded 90 mm and Santacruz recorded 195 mm of rain at 5.30 am; Heavy to very heavy rain to continue, says Indian Meteorological Department.
Local train services affected on the western railway
Local train services on the western railway during the morning peak hour are operating with a delay of 20 minutes.