Heavy rains make away with 30 in India

Written by on October 15, 2020

At least 30 people have been killed because of sudden heavy and perpetual rains and flooding in southern India.

In Hyderabad city, home of top IT companies, nine people were killed when a wall collapsed on them and 10 others died from electrocution and drowning.

Dramatic images showed cars being washed away by swirling waters, bridges submerged by swollen rivers, and trucks stranded on roads inundated by flooding Wednesday.

Eight members of a family, who were standing on their balcony to watch the rain, were also washed away due to sudden flooding in Hyderabad.

Two of them were found dead and the search is on for the remaining six.

Personnel from the army and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed to salvage stranded residents.

Weather officials blamed the sudden deluge on a depression in the Bay of Bengal.

Telangana state is the hardest-hit area but the flooding has also affected neighboring Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

Flash floods kill hundreds of people across India every year, with experts blaming poor construction and warning systems for the fatalities.

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