Cloudburst Triggers Flash Floods In Dharamshala’s Bhagsu Nag Area

Cars Swept Away After Cloudburst Triggers Flash Floods In Dharamshala

Heavy rain has lashed Mcleodganj and close by areas

A cloudburst in Dharamshala has triggered a flash flood, washing away automobiles and inflicting injury to properties within the Bhagsu Nag space. Several movies have been shared by locals in addition to the authorities, together with SHO Mcleodganj Vipin Chaudhary, on Twitter. A 37-second clip, shared by information company ANI, shot from the balcony of a constructing, reveals dreadful visuals of an enormous quantity of water gushing quickly via the parked automobiles. A couple of seconds into the clip, an SUV is seen being uprooted by the water however blocked by different automobiles, bundled collectively by flash floods.

People capturing these visuals may very well be heard screaming on the sight of an enormous SUV being washed away. Once the automotive was blocked by different automobiles, one in every of them stated: “Now, no car will go beyond this.” Others expressed shock on the sheer quantity of water coming from the opposite facet.

Heavy rain has lashed the Kangra district, 58 km from Dharamshala, throwing life into disarray. The speedy tempo at which the water was flowing reworked — very quickly — a brook in Bhagsu Nag, which is a vacationer attraction, into nothing in need of a river. Some of the motels within the space have reported heavy injury. The cloudburst and flash floods have instilled worry in individuals and likewise brought about commotion and confusion.

Besides Kangra, a number of different districts in Himachal Pradesh have additionally witnessed heavy rain after days of scorching climate. The Monday downpour introduced respite however brought about a variety of injury too.

Another video shared by a Twitter consumer confirmed the magnitude of flash floods. The particular person recording the video is heard saying, “This is live from Dharamshala. A cloudburst has taken place. The visuals look scary as tiny houses in the background appear to be at the risk of being washed away in a while if not immediately.

Heavy rain has lashed Mcleodganj and nearby areas at a time when tourists from different parts of the country have thronged the hill station.


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