Karnataka rains: Two swept away, one killed in house collapse; toll rises to 19, says KSNMC – India News , Firstpost


Officers have predicted that within the subsequent 24 hours rain and thunderstorms are very prone to happen at most locations in coastal Karnataka and at a number of locations over inside Karnataka

Two individuals, together with a 16-year-old-girl, have been swept away and a person was killed when a home collapsed in rain and flood associated incidents in several elements of Karnataka,officers mentioned on Wednesday.

A Karnataka State Pure Catastrophe Monitoring Centre official informed PTI the lady went to clean garments in a river close to Malakanahalli in Ranebennur Taluk of Haveri district on Sunday and was swept away by the robust present.

“Search is happening by the Fireplace and Emergency Companies Division and Police division,” the official mentioned.

There have been experiences of a shepherd being swept away within the Krishna river in Raichur whereas a person died in home collapse at Sadalga village in Chikkodi Taluk of Belagavi following rains.

In keeping with experiences, our bodies of two ladies have been present in Jurala dam on Krishna river in Telangana.

Search is continuous for 2 different ladies. It’s suspected that they have been from Raichur in Karnataka.

Since 1 August, not less than 19 individuals have misplaced their lives and 63 head of cattle have died in rain and flood associated incidents.

The state authorities has opened 104 aid camps throughout the flood hit areas the place 3,810 persons are staying.

In keeping with the data acquired, a majority of rivers within the state are in spate for the previous few days. The floodgates of all of the necessary dams within the Krishna river basin have been opened in North Karnataka resulting in flooding in Belagavi, Bagalkote, Gadag, Koppal, Davangere and Raichur districts in north Karnataka.

In Kodagu district in South Karnataka, the originating level of Cauvery, the rain fury continued on Wednesday as nicely.

In keeping with the KSNDMC, Malaprabha, Ghataprabha, Markandeya, Krishna and Bhima rivers have been in spate. Stories mentioned that because of floods in Malaprabha river, the Cholachagudda Bridge was submerged in Bagalkote district.

At the very least ten individuals, most of whom are shepherds, have been reportedly stranded in Madaragadda in Lingasugur Taluk of Raichur district.

In Anegundi in Gangavathi Taluk of Koppal district, the Sri Krishnadevaraya Samadhi (tomb) was partially submerged.

Rain and thunderstorms are very prone to happen at most locations over coastal Karnataka and at a number of locations over inside Karnataka within the subsequent 24 hours, the KSNDMC mentioned in an announcement.

The KSNDMC mentioned that since 1 August about 5,500 homes have been broken together with 216 fully. The rains broken crops in not less than 60,000 hectares
within the state. It additionally hit horticulture crops in about 50,000 hectares.

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