Mumbai rains: Eight injured after 3 cars collide on Andheri flyover; IMD predicts heavy showers for next 2 days

Eight people sustained injuries after three cars collided with each other in Andheri, Mumbai on Wednesday morning

Asian News International July 24, 2019 08:44:12 IST
Mumbai rains: Eight injured after 3 cars collide on Andheri flyover; IMD predicts heavy showers for next 2 days
  • Eight people sustained injuries after three cars collided with each other on Wednesday morning

  • The cars collided on Andheri flyover due to low visibility following heavy rainfall in the area

  • The incessant rain caused waterlogging in several parts of the state capital. Railway tracks at Sion also got completely submerged in water.

Mumbai: Eight people sustained injuries after three cars collided with each other on Wednesday morning.

The cars collided on Andheri flyover due to low visibility following heavy rainfall in the area.

The incessant rain caused waterlogging in several parts of the state capital. Railway tracks at Sion also got completely submerged in water.

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation had tweeted IMD's weather forecast that intermittent/heavy rain is to be expected in the city and suburbs.

 

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