Rain sinks Gurugram

Tribune Reporters

Gurugram, August 19

A 3-hour rain spell at the moment left many areas of the town submerged and threw life out of substances. Over 100 mm of rain led to flash floods, leaving streets, autos and furnishings inside properties beneath water.

Electricity provide was snapped in lots of areas and had not been restored until the submitting of this report. The {photograph} of a automotive submerged in water on the Gold Course Road grew to become the face of this monsoon.

Waterlogging took a toll on vehicular motion, with ready time in site visitors jams on the Delhi-Jaipur expressway starting from 20 minutes to an hour.

Massive flooding and breakdown of autos have been reported. At least 2,000 police personnel rose to the event by diverting site visitors, aiding in car repairs and serving to individuals cross flooded roads.

“The main reason behind waterlogging is structural lapses like encroachment on drains and laying of speed breakers. We have decanted water from many places and it is under way in the DLF underpass,” stated Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri.

Faridabad: Several residential areas and roads have been waterlogged for a number of hours after a downpour. Traffic motion remained disrupted and snarls have been witnessed at a number of locations.

Karnal: A brief spell of heavy rain left the town waterlogged at many locations. Commuters needed to face issues in lots of components of the town.

Yamunanagar: Life was hit in components of Yamunanagar district after seasonal rivulets Somb and Nakti swelled attributable to heavy rain.

The overflowing rivulets submerged standing crops in a number of areas and broken an embankment, roads and a part of a bridge.

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