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Mumbai rains updates: Heavy to very heavy rain expected in four hours; Dahanu records 143 mm in nine hours

Mumbai rains updates: Heavy to very heavy rain expected in four hours; Dahanu records 143 mm in nine hours: Well, reports are coming that Mumbai is in trouble again due to the heavy rain. Also, some sources are suggesting that Southwest Monsoon has claimed three lives in the city and adjoining Thane district so far, according to officials. You can say that this whole heavy rain is being big trouble for the Mumbai people as they are struggling to follow their daily routine. Also, the rain is causing water-logging at several places and slowing the movement of suburban trains, thus causing inconvenience to office-goers.

You all should know that a local train at waterlogged tracks following heavy monsoon showers in Mumbai. A lot of trains are delayed and people are getting in trouble because of that. Two persons were killed on Sunday evening when a tree fell on them near Metro Cinema in south Mumbai, said an official from the disaster management unit of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation.

Some reports are coming that a 13-Year-Old boy was killed and his parents were injured when an adjacent wall collapsed on their house at Wadol village in Ambernath taluka of Thane around 2.15 am on Monday. Also, another accident followed the whole situation when a 6.5-foot compound wall of a housing complex in Thane collapsed this morning, crushing two cars and another vehicle.

You all should know that the district received 229.81 mm rain in the last 24 hours. Also, cities like Dharavi, Sion, Matunga, Hindmata, Malad, Kurla, Andheri subway, Bhandup, Worli and Lower Parel, were flooded with water up to two to three feet, and vehicles got stuck in some places. Also, a lot of flights were in trouble and they did delay them. The IMD has predicted heavy-to-very heavy rain in the city in the next 24 to 48 hours.