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Mumbai Rains LIVE Updates: Take Care, Tweets Police as 6 Places Get Waterlogged; Downpour Kills 1 in Than…

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Mumbai Rains LIVE Updates: One person was electrocuted as heavy rains battered Thane district on Saturday, disrupting normal life due to water-logging and flooding in some parts. Another person suffered serious injuries after the roof of a bakery in Mumbra caved in, officials said. Mumbai police tweeted and informed six places where waterlogging had taken place, and said that there is a high tide of 4.90 meters at 1:44 PM. The officers urged people to take care and take adequate precautions and ensure safety.

As the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted intense rainfall in North Konkan areas of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Palghar for the next four-six hours, Palghar collector Kailash Shinde issued orders for closure of all schools and colleges in the area.

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Aug 3, 2019 12:48 pm (IST)

Surya Dam Gates Opened to release Excess Water | The gates of Surya dam in Palghar district were opened to release extra water. Palghar District Collector Kailas Shinde said, “Considering the heavy rainfall warning, people are advised to remain indoors and get out of the house only if it is absolutely necessary. People should not go near the flooded roads, bridges, river.” 




Aug 3, 2019 12:43 pm (IST)

A coconut tree branch fell on OHE/tracks causing minor interruption to trains which are now running normal:




Aug 3, 2019 12:42 pm (IST)

1 Injured in Mumbra | In another incident, one person suffered serious injuries after the roof of a bakery located near Mumbra police station in Zainy Colony, caved in. He was admitted to a private hospital.
 




Aug 3, 2019 12:39 pm (IST)

18-Year-Old Electrocuted in Thane | An 18-year-old was electrocuted in Thane while trying to remove the refrigerator at his home. Rains battered the city and caused waterlogging and flooding. The gushing water also swept away vehicles in some areas. He was taken to Thane Civil hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead, he said.




Aug 3, 2019 12:13 pm (IST)

Patients Receive First Aid at Vadodara Railway Station | A booth has been set up at the Vadodara railway station where people can avail of first aid services. Vadodara is also being lashed by heavy rains.




Aug 3, 2019 11:53 am (IST)

Western Railways update on trains from Borivali station in Mumbai:




Aug 3, 2019 11:49 am (IST)

IMD Forecasts High Tide Today | A high tide of 4.90 m is expected to rise today at 1:44 pm, along with heavy rains in Mumbai, according to IMD.




Aug 3, 2019 11:47 am (IST)




Aug 3, 2019 11:42 am (IST)

Airport Operations Normal | Despite heavy rain, the Mumbai airport is functioning normally and has not been impacted by the heavy rains. Earlier in July, rains had caused the flight services to be affected, with numerous cancellations and diversions. Pilots had also been suspended for overshooting the runway because of heavy rains in the state.




Aug 3, 2019 11:31 am (IST)

Rainfall at Mumbai Railway Stations | Certain railway stations in Mumbai experienced rainfall of 10.90mm, while others went as high as 30.30 mm.




Aug 3, 2019 11:28 am (IST)




Aug 3, 2019 11:23 am (IST)

Here is a list of areas in Mumbai that are undergoing waterlogging, according to Mumbai police:




Aug 3, 2019 11:21 am (IST)

Some Delays, But No Traffic Hold-up, Says Central Railway | Suburban trains are running smoothly as of 11:00 am, Central Railways tweeted.




Aug 3, 2019 11:18 am (IST)

As rains cause flooding Gujarat’s Vadodara, several trains have been diverted, cancelled and restored. Western Railways posted a list of the trains that have been affected:




Aug 3, 2019 11:14 am (IST)

Goregaon Snag Resolved | Western Railways have resolved a snag in the Mumbai suburb of Goregaon, and deployed teams to ensure trains run smoothly.




Aug 3, 2019 11:10 am (IST)

Trains Running Smoothly, Says Central Railway | Trains on the Trans Harbour and 4th Corridor towards Kharkopur are running cautiously, but smoothly, the Central Railway had tweeted.




Aug 3, 2019 11:05 am (IST)

Here are some visuals of waterlogging in Thane. As rains continue, the Municipal Corporation has ordered schools and colleges to remain shut.




Aug 3, 2019 10:59 am (IST)




Aug 3, 2019 10:57 am (IST)

Western Express Highway Waterlogged | The Western express highway has been waterlogged following heavy rainfall in the western Mumbai suburb of Jogeshwari.




Aug 3, 2019 10:53 am (IST)

Rubble being cleared after the landslide that occurred in Raigad on the Mumbai-Goa highway.




Aug 3, 2019 10:50 am (IST)

Landslide on Mumbai-Goa Highway

Landslide on Mumbai-Goa Highway | A landslide occurred in Raigad near Poladpur on the Mumbai-Goa highway amid incessant rainfall. Vehicles has been suspended from taking the route. 




Aug 3, 2019 10:47 am (IST)

Schools, Colleges Remain Closed | Thane Municipal Corporation ordered that schools and colleges remain closed in view of continuous rainfall in the area. The Palghar Collector has also ordered the same in the town.




Aug 3, 2019 10:44 am (IST)

Here are some visuals of waterlogging in North Mumbai’s Malad as intense rainfall has Mumbai in its clutches.




Aug 3, 2019 10:42 am (IST)

Palghar Collector Kailash Shinde ordered schools and colleges to remain shut today.




Aug 3, 2019 10:41 am (IST)

IMD Forecasts Rainfall for Next 4-6 Hours  | Indian Meteorological Department said that intense rainfall will continue in North Konkan areas including Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, & Palghar for the next 4-6 hours.




Aug 3, 2019 10:39 am (IST)

Streets Waterlogged as Rains Continue to Lash Maharashtra | Palghar streets are waterlogged and houses submerged as rainfall continues in Maharashtra.

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Besides Palghar, government schools and colleges have also been shut in Thane. On the other hand, a landslide was reported in Raigad near Poladpur on Mumbai-Goa highway after incessant rainfall, leading to suspension of vehicular movement. Sharing Mumbai’s condition after incessant rain, residents posted videos of waterlogged houses and roads in Palghar. The Central Railway has issued an advisory, stating that trains on trans-harbor and fourth corridor towards Kharkopar on Central Railway are running smoothly. However, due to intense rains, trains on main and harbor line are running at cautious speed, and hence they are delayed.

Water-logging on tracks disrupted the suburban train services to some extent, as locals were running behind schedule by around 15 minutes. However, flight operations at the Mumbai airport were not impacted due to rains, an airport official said.

“Overnight heavy rains in Mumbai and its adjoining areas has led to water-logging at some places, which has affected the flow of traffic, especially in parts of Malad, Andheri and Dahisar,” a senior official of the said.

In view of heavy rain warning and alert issued by the IMD, the BMC has issued a ‘beach safety appeal’ to citizens, the civic official said. “We appeal citizens to avoid venturing near sea or walking in water logged areas. In any emergency call us on 1916,” the official said.

As per the fire station-wise rainfall recorded by the BMC in the 24 hours ending 8 am on Saturday, Dindoshi received 50 mm rainfall, followed by Kandivali (41 mm), Malad (36 mm), Chincholi (34 mm), Goregaon (33 mm), Bhandup (31 mm), Borivali (29 mm), Malwani (26 mm), Mulund (20 mm), Vikhroli (11 mm) and Kurla (9 mm).

The city recorded second-highest rainfall for the month of July in the last 60 years, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. The Santacruz and Colaba observatories in the city recorded 1,464.8 mm and 1,175.1 mm rainfall, respectively, last month.

Five years ago, the city had witnessed even more rainfall in July, setting a record. The Santacruz observatory had recorded 1,468.5 mm rainfall in July 2014, said K S Hosalikar, Deputy Director General of the Regional Centre of the IMD.

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