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In pictures | Heaviest rainfall since 2005 batters Mumbai, high alert issued

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | RAJESH JADHAV

Published : Aug 4, 2020, 8:16 pm IST
Updated : Aug 22, 2020, 6:20 pm IST
26 places across the city have reported flooding. Photo: Rajesh Jadhav
26 places across the city have reported flooding. Photo: Rajesh Jadhav
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According to CM Uddhav Thackreay, the city received 198mm rain in just four hours, the highest since 2005
According to CM Uddhav Thackreay, the city received 198mm rain in just four hours, the highest since 2005
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Mumbai's civic body said that except essential services, all other services across the city will be suspended.
Mumbai's civic body said that except essential services, all other services across the city will be suspended.
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Local train services, which have already been laying low due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was suspended due to the flooding.
Local train services, which have already been laying low due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was suspended due to the flooding.
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Seen in the picture is King's Circle, a low lying area in Mumbai flooded due to the heavy downpour.
Seen in the picture is King's Circle, a low lying area in Mumbai flooded due to the heavy downpour.
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Low lying areas like Wadala too was flooded.
Low lying areas like Wadala too was flooded.
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Heavy overnight rains in Mumbai triggered a landslide on the Western Express Highway in Kandivali
Heavy overnight rains in Mumbai triggered a landslide on the Western Express Highway in Kandivali
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Mud and stones from the hills landed on the road, partly shutting one of the carriageways in Mumbai
Mud and stones from the hills landed on the road, partly shutting one of the carriageways in Mumbai
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