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Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai; waterlogging reported at several places

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Mumbai, July 8: Heavy rains continued to lash parts of Mumbai causing waterlogging and traffic jam at several places on Sunday. People were seen wading through knee-deep water as a car was washed away in Andheri.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted "heavy to very heavy" rainfall in the next three days. Incessant rains are likely in parts of the city for the next 48 hours.

Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai; waterlogging reported at several places

Meanwhile, Heavy vehicles were not allowed to pass through Gokhale flyover which was opened only for light motor vehicles. According to a traffic advisory, heavy vehicles shall either use Milan flyover or Thakre flyover. People traveling from the international airport have asked been to take U-Turn below Centaur flyover before Parla junction.

On Saturday, July 7, Mumbai local train services between Kalyan and Dombivali were stopped due to waterlogging following incessant rains in the city and surrounding areas. The local train services were earlier stopped between Kalyan and Badlapur due to water-logging.

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