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Maharashtra: At least six people drowned in water amid heavy rains in Nashik

Nashik | A minimum of six individuals have been washed away in water within the final 24 hours in Maharashtra’s Nashik district amid heavy rains. The physique of one among them has been recovered. Officers gave this data on Wednesday. Peth, Surgana and Trimbakeshwar talukas of the district acquired heavy rains on Tuesday. Rain had stopped in Nashik metropolis for a number of hours a day in the past, however after that it began raining once more on Wednesday. A six-year-old lady was crossing the Alandi river along with her members of the family in Didori taluka on Tuesday when she was washed away within the water, a police official mentioned. The lady’s household tried to save lots of her, however she died because of drowning within the water.

Authorities officers mentioned a person was washed away within the Godavari river in Mauj Palshi Khurd village in Peth taluka. Whereas one particular person was washed away in a drain close to Godavari river in Silapur village, whereas crossing the Nara river in Surgana taluka on Tuesday, an individual was washed away as a result of robust present of water, he mentioned. In one other incident, two motorcyclists have been swept away by a robust present of water whereas crossing a small bridge, officers mentioned.

He mentioned that the physique of 1 particular person has been recovered from it. An individual drowned within the Kikvi river at Mauj Talegaon in Trimbakeshwar. He mentioned that because of heavy rains, the water stage of the lake in Alangun village of Surgana taluka had risen, resulting in a submerged state of affairs. The water of the lake stuffed some homes and the workplace of the village panchayat. Timber and electrical poles fell within the village.

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