5 people killed in Guwahati due to heavy rain, NDRF starts working
Total number of people have been killed in Guwahati due to heavy rain that flooded the city. While four people were killed in a massive landslide in Guwahati, one person was killed because his house was flooded. National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams have been promoted to provide relief work in several areas of the city.
One person has died after drowning in flash floods that have engulfed parts of Assam’s capital, Guwahati, due to rainfall that has not stopped since Monday night. The deceased, identified as Ram Prasad Banikya, was the fifth victim in the city to die from landslides and flash floods.
He is a resident of the Anil Nagar area of the city, which has been severely affected by the flooding. His body was removed from the residence by employees of the Guwahati City Corporation and sent for an autopsy.
NDRF IS PROVIDED FOR RELIABLE WORK
Meanwhile, the NDRF and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) were deployed to evacuate those stranded in severely impacted areas of the city. Rubber boats can be seen to rescue estranged people from certain areas of the city. The water has not yet receded from the city roads.
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NDRF teams were deployed as the water level reached 10 feet in some areas.
Gajendra Singh, NDRF Inspector, is quoted by ANI as saying, “NDRF teams have come here because the water level in some areas is 10 feet high. 1 person has died due to his house being flooded. Rescue work is underway. conducted.”
Assam | NDRF personnel deployed for relief work in various areas of Guwahati devastated by severe flooding
NDRF teams arrived when the water level in some areas was 10 feet high. 1 person died because the house was flooded. Rescue work underway: Gajendra Singh, Inspector, NDRF pic.twitter.com/sHTEFIzXzd
– ANI (@ANI) June 14, 2022
FOUR KILLED IN THE EARTH
This early morning, 4 people were killed when a giant block of earth buried their house in Nizarapar in the Boragaon area of the city. Landslides were reported from several other places in the city, including Kamakhya, Kharghuli, Hengerabari, Silpukhuri and Chandmari Colony. However, no casualties were reported in these areas.
Some parts of the city are still reeling in knee-deep water, while in some places the water level has already passed waist level. Scores of vehicles were left stranded on the roads after their engines failed, leading to massive traffic chaos in some congested parts of the city.
LOTS OF DRAIN
Meanwhile, the Met department has warned of more rain over the next few days.
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Guwahati-based Deputy Director-General of the Regional Meteorological Center (RMC), Dr Sanjay O’Neill Shaw, said heavy to very heavy rain accompanied by extreme rainfall is very likely in isolated places. across all seven northeastern states, including Assam. .