Update: Mumbai: 22 dead in the incident where a wall collapsed on hutments in Pimpripada area, due to heavy rainfall.
Central Railway on Tuesday tweeted that Suburban services of Mumbai Division will run as per Sunday timetable on 3.7.2019.
Kindly note:— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) July 2, 2019
Suburban services of Mumbai Division will run as per Sunday timetable on 3.7.2019. pic.twitter.com/zI9dfmtTdn
The Indian Navy deployed rubber boats and a team of naval divers from INS Tanaji, armed with lifebouys, life-jackets and food packets, rescued around 1,000 people stranded in Kranti Nagar slums of Kurla.
A 45 year old security guard died and 3 injured as security wall of the society fell in Mulund (W)
"In the past 12 hours, the city has received an unprecedented 300 to 400 mm rain, the highest in the past decade. The existing drainage systems are unable to cope with such a heavy downpour, coupled with a high tide this afternoon," Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis told media persons.
A road caved in near a construction site in Chandivali and locals claimed that some people may have been washed away in the incident. A few vehicles and autorickshaws were stuck in the cave-in, which was at least 10 feet deep, said a local resident Pradeep Menon.
Three people were killed and one injured in a wall collapse incident on Tuesday midnight in Kalyan.
Current status of long-distance trains leaving Mumbai
Current status of long-distance trains leaving Mumbai
Central Railway took to Twitter to inform that the regular up and down train services from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to Thane/Mankhurd have resumed.
The Maharashtra government declared a precautionary public holiday on Tuesday in Mumbai, with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis requesting people to stay indoors unless they have absolutely important work outside.
Flight operations at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport were also hit severely due to heavy rains and a SpiceJet aircraft blocking a runway after overshooting it shortly before midnight.
Receiving the record rainfall, Mumbai was paralysed on Tuesday, with most roads getting clogged and local train services, the financial capitals lifeline, virtually coming to a standstill.
According to the BMC, 14,000 million litres water pumped out into sea via six pumping stations. This volume is more than the combined capacity of Tulsi lake and Vihar lake
After heavy rains lashed the city and caused major disruption in flight schedules, GoAir will accommodate impacted customers on alternate GoAir flights within 24 hours (3rd July) subject to availability
Today due to heavy rains in Mumbai, trains no 59440 and 12980 were terminated at Vapi station by the railway administration. All the passengers were shifted to train no 12926 for Mumbai.
RPF/VPI performed the necessary arrangements and also distributed food and biscuit packets to the passengers.
A Spicejet plane from Jaipur overshot the runway at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport amid heavy rains while landing late on Monday, official sources said. The incident occurred just before midnight around 11:51 pm when the flight SG-6237, a Boeing aircraft, arrived and landed, as Mumbai was lashed by heavy rains.
Due to heavy rainfall in the city, a road in Sangharsh Nagar, Chandivali caved in at around 1 am on Tuesday. Civic officials said that more than 1000 residents of the SRA tenements who lived nearby were evacuated an hour before the incident and no injuries were reported.
There have been heavy rains in Mumbai (93 mm) and Palghar area (361 mm) in last 24 hours. Shri A K Gupta, GM, WR & CR along with Senior officers have been constantly and closely monitoring and supervising situation from Mumbai Central Control Room to keep the wheels of locals/trains rolling.
There has been heavy rains in Mumbai (93 mm)& Palghar area (361 mm) in last 24 hours. Shri A K Gupta, GM, WR & CR alongwith Sr officers has been constantly & closely monitoring & supervising situation from Mumbai Central Control Room to keep the wheels of locals/trains rolling. pic.twitter.com/XrizvovuLW— Western Railway (@WesternRly) July 1, 2019
Over the past 24 hours, data collected by the BMC's observatories indicated that the island city received the highest amount of rainfall in a decade. While the island city received 550 mm, BMC took to Twitter to clarify that officials are doing their best to minimise discomfort and requests all to practice caution.
Please tag your respective wards for prompt help and tag us too so that we can follow up incase the concern is not addressed timely. We will also share all ward control room numbers shortly #MCGMUpdates #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates pic.twitter.com/LmX1WvFoPR— à¤®à¤¾à¤Âà¥Â Mumbai, à¤Âà¤ªà¤²à¥Â BMC (@mybmc) July 1, 2019
In wake of the extremely heavy rainfall forecast by the IMD, the Government of Maharashtra has declared a public holiday on July 2 as a precautionary measure for Mumbai city and its citizens
In wake of the extremely heavy rainfall forecast by the IMD, the Government of Maharashtra, has declared a public holiday on 2nd July as a precautionary measure for Mumbai city and its citizens. #MumbaiRainsLive #MumbaiRain @mid_day— Ranjeet Jadhav (@ranjeet221985) July 2, 2019
The BMC also took to Twitter to share and IMD weather forecast pertaining to Mumbai rains
CR Trains Update - 3 (short terminated on 2.7.2019 due to heavy rains)— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) July 2, 2019
Here are some pictures of the waterlogging in Kalanagar, Bandra East as Mumbai rains once again bring the city to a standstill.