Mumbai has experienced waterlogging as a result of the heavy rain. According to the India Meteorological Department, an orange signal has been issued as heavy rain pelts numerous areas of Mumbai (IMD). In the entire city, train and bus services were severely affected. Due to the first significant downpour of the season, water-logging was seen in a number of low-lying regions, according to city officials.
Heavy rain was experienced in a number of areas in Mumbai, including Kurla, Chembur, Sion, Dadar, and Andheri.
An official noted that the weather service has also issued a yellow notice, forecasting heavy rainfall for parts of the city on July 1 and 2.
As a result of multiple roads being waterlogged in places like Hindmata, Parel, Kalachowki, Haji Ali, Dockyard Road, Gandhi Market, and Bandra, traffic was either slowed down or stopped.
The Andheri subway in the Western suburbs was closed to traffic by the local government BMC because of the intense water flow and floods.
Numerous spots saw people wading through knee-deep water, and hours-long traffic jams trapped a large number of drivers.
According to official data, over the course of 12 hours from 8 am to 8 pm on Thursday, the island city received 119.09 mm of rain, followed by the western.
Two incidences of building collapse in the Sion and Kalbadevi parts of the city were reported under nonstop rain. But according to officials, there were no injuries and everyone left the damaged buildings safely.
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