3 dead after rain lashes Mumbai; traffic, trains delayed in many areas

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Mumbai: At least three people have been killed as heavy rains lashed Mumbai and the adjoining Thane for two days on 24 and 25 June.

Heavy rains have resulted in water logging in some parts of the city today along with delays in trains and traffic moving slowly.

A wall collapsed in the Antop Hill locality in Wadala East. As many as 15 cars were damaged. Residents were evacuated and no casualties were reported.

The Indian Meteorological Department has warned that “heavy to very heavy rain” are expected to continue today.

Two people died and five were injured on Sunday after a tree fell on them near Metro Cinema at MG Road in South Mumbai’s Marine Lines area. A 13-year-old boy was also killed and his parents were injured in a wall collapse on their house at Wadol village in Thane at around 2 am today.

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