Heavy Rain In Maharashtra’s Thane, Palghar; Villages Marooned, Train Services “Suspended”

Heavy Rain In Thane, Palghar; Villages Marooned, Train Services Suspended

The heavy rain brought on inundation and boulder crashes at varied locations.


Heavy rains lashed Maharashtra’s Thane and Palghar districts adjoining Mumbai in the course of the night time and on Thursday morning, which brought on inundation and boulder crashes at varied locations, disrupted prepare companies and marooned some villages, officers stated.

Teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been roped in to rescue a whole bunch of stranded individuals, they stated.

Rail tracks at Umbermali station close to Kasara have been “submerged up to the platform level” and there have been boulder crashes within the Ghat part.

“Train services were suspended,” district authorities stated, including that work to take away the boulders was underway.

A bridge at Sapgaon in Sahapur taluka of Thane suffered intensive harm as a result of heavy downpour, tehsildar (income officer) Nilima Suryavanshi stated, including that nobody was injured and site visitors motion on the bridge was suspended.

The Modak Sagar dam in Sahapur began overflowing at 3.24 am on Thursday and two of its gates have been opened to launch the water, a message from the district headquarters stated.

Some villages within the Sahapur taluka have been marooned, Suryavanshi stated, including that native authorities with the assistance of the NDRF rescued a whole bunch of individuals from these locations.

In Bhatsai village, which is situated on a hillock, stranded individuals couldn’t come out and have been shifted to a faculty within the locality, she stated.

In Vashind close to Sahapur, flood waters entered a housing complicated and its residents have been shifted to a zilla parishad faculty with the assistance of the NDRF, the official stated.

In Cherpoli, some stranded individuals have been rescued with the assistance of boats, she stated.

In Bhiwandi taluka of Thane, numerous individuals stranded within the water-logged areas of Padgha, Kawad, Ganesh Nagar and Khairpada have been rescued with the assistance of the NDRF and the Thane Disaster Response Force groups, tehsildar Adik Patil stated.

Quite a lot of individuals have been additionally rescued from flooded localities close to the banks of the Kamwari river in Bhiwandi, one other official stated.
In Badlapur Wangni, 10 individuals and 70 animals have been rescued from an ashram, officers stated.

Besides, individuals stranded in some inundated areas of Kasara and Titwala in Thane have been additionally shifted to zilla parishad faculties, they stated.
Thane”s regional catastrophe administration cell chief Santosh Kadam stated they obtained 34 calls of tree falls within the metropolis, however nobody was injured within the incidents.

Four bushes fell in Datta Wadi space of Mumbra, following which native firemen rushed to the spot.

As a precautionary measure, residents of six homes there have been shifted, the official stated.

Water entered some homes at Ganesh Nagar within the early morning hours and round 40 individuals have been later rescued from there by the catastrophe response groups, Kadam stated.

The Nashik-Jawhar route was closed following a landslide and operations there are more likely to resume by Thursday night, Palghar Collector Dr Manik Gursal stated in a message, and requested individuals to make use of the Trambak-Deogaon-Khodala route.

Various locations witnessed flooding in Vasai, Virar and different areas in Palghar, however no lack of life was reported up to now, officers stated.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please Deactivate Ad Blocker