Mumbai's Colaba receives 23.4 mm rainfall while Santacruz witnessed 107.4 mm

Visuals from Andheri East, Colaba, Mahim, King’s Circle in Matunga showing stagnant water which provide hindrance of movement

Mumbai continues to receive continuous heavy rainfall two days into the monsoon season. The city also witness water logging in many parts of Mumbai on Friday morning.


IMD has issued an orange alert for Mumbai city, which has been receiving continuous rainfall over the past 24 hours.


According to IMD Mumbai Mumbai's Colaba has received 23.4 mm rainfall while Santacruz recorded 107.4 mm rain during the last 24 hours.


Water logging has been seen in several areas of Mumbai as rain continued to lash the city. Visuals from Andheri East, Colaba, Mahim, King’s Circle in Matunga showing stagnant water which provide hindrance of movement.


An orange alert has been issued for Mumbai for the next two days which means authorities need to be in a state of total preparedness. The orange alert warns of heavy to very heavy rainfall.


At least 12 people, including eight children, were killed and seven others injured after two floors of a three-storey residential building collapsed on an adjoining single-storey house in Malwani in suburban Mumbai on Thursday.

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