Mumbai rains: 4 dead in 24 hours; trains and traffic affected
A 15-year-old boy was among four people killed in Mumbai city and Thane district after heavy rain since Sunday evening. The rail and road traffic was disrupted during rush hours, officials said on Monday.
Water-logging and delay in local trains have been reported from commercial capital Mumbai due to Heavy rains on Monday.
According to news agency ANI, Central Railway stated that there was some water accumulation at Sion due to continuous rains. But trains are running on all three lines of Central Railway (Mainline, Harbour and Trans-harbour) with a delay of 5-7 minutes.
Trains on Up and Down lines are running late by 15-20 minutes due to heavy rainfall between Thane and Byculla stations.
According to Indian Meteorological Department, Colaba recorded 90 mm and Santacruz recorded 195 mm of rain at 5.30 am. The IMD forecast heavy to very heavy rain to continue in Mumbai.
High tide is at 10:42 AM and the low tide at 4:41 PM. The last Spring High Tide was on Fri 15 Jun (height:5.00m 16.4ft). Next high Spring Tide in Mumbai will be on Friday 29th June (height:4.41m 14.5ft).
Wall collapsed at a construction site
Several cars struck in debris after a wall collapsed at a construction site in Antop Hill, Wadala East area, in Mumbai on Monday, June 25, 2018. PTI photo
Vehicles wade through water-logged tracks during heavy rains, in Mumbai on Monday, June 25, 2018. PTI Photo
Suburban trains chug on water-logged tracks during heavy rains, in Mumbai on Monday, June 25, 2018. PTI photo
Postal Colony in Chembur East
Heavy rain lashes Mumbai, resulting in water-logging. Visuals from Postal Colony in Chembur East. Courtesy: ANI news.