15 Dead In Tamil Nadu Heavy Rain: 15 people have fallen after a wall collapsed in a village this morning in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore district amid heavy rain. Rescue operations are on to help people trapped in debris in Nadur village near Mettupalayalam, said authorities. Nine bodies have recovered so far.
Heavy rain is likely to continue to hammer parts of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry today after healthy life was hit in several districts in the two southern states over the last few days. A red alert, the likelihood of massive to hefty rain, has been reflected in several parts. With different areas water-logged, schools & colleges will remain shut in Chennai and Tuticorin, Tiruvallur and Kancheepuram.
Widespread rain is required across bordering Tamil Nadu due to a cyclonic flow near-Comorin on the Indian Ocean, according to the weather office. At most limited 3-people had died in different parts of Tamil Nadu in rain-related incidents in the latest few days.
15 Dead In Tamil Nadu Heavy Rain, The state gov says it is well prepared and there is no need to panic. In Chennai, the state gov has set up 176 relief centres. Boats have been put ready to evacuate people if required, assured the Chennai Corporation. 630 water pumps to transfer water-logging in low-lying areas, and 63-clearing machines have been held prepared.
The Chennai Corporation has fixed up a helpline for water-logging and tree fall charges following constant rain.
Residents can dial 04425384520 & 04425384530 or Whatsapp 9445477205 for any rain-related charges Puducherry.
Governor Dr Kiran Bedi attended several areas afflicted by heavy rain on Sat to get stock of the condition.
Dr Bedi paid a visit to Rainbow Nagar, Indira Gandhi Square, Krishna Nagar & Natesan Nagar with her team.