8 useless, 64 injured as hoarding collapses in Ghatkopar after thunderstorms, heavy rains

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Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde introduced 5 lakh compensation for the kin of the deceased. News channels and posts on social media confirmed the towering billboard billowing in the wind for some time earlier than it gave approach and crashed to the bottom.

Following a mud storm and heavy rain, a 100-foot billboard collapsed in Mumbai, claiming the lifetime of 8 and injuring 64. The rainstorm was accompanied by gusty winds, inflicting the billboard, situated subsequent to a busy street in the japanese suburb of Ghatkopar, to break down on some homes and a petroleum pump.

BMC (*8*) Bhushan Gagrani was quoted as saying, “Sixty-four people have been admitted to Rajawadi Hospital in Ghatkopar. One is in critical condition, and a total of four people have died in this incident. Additionally, we have learned that four others are said to have died.”

Fire providers, police, catastrophe response officers, and different authorities are all concerned in the rescue efforts, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, the civic physique that runs Mumbai, mentioned on X.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde introduced 5 lakh compensation for the kin of the deceased. News channels and posts on social media confirmed the towering billboard billowing in the wind for some time earlier than it gave approach and crashed to the bottom.

In one other incident, a scaffolding collapsed in Wadala. At round 4:30, the steel/metal parking close to Shree Ji Tower collapsed at Barkat Ali Naka, Wadala (E).

The native climate division had predicted that average spells of rain, accompanied by gusty winds reaching 40-50 kilometers per hour have been more likely to happen in elements of Mumbai district on Monday. There have been non permanent flight disruptions on the Mumbai airport, with 15 flight diversions and operations suspended for just a little over an hour, ANI information company reported.

Mumbai, like a number of Indian cities is liable to extreme flooding and rain-related accidents in the course of the monsoon season, which normally lasts from June till September yearly.


Nilesh Desai
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