Heavy overnight rains once again wreaked havoc in parts of Hyderabad and the outskirts with roads and low-lying areas flooded.
Traffic congestion was reported from Suchitra to Kompally due to waterlogging. Travellers heading to Medchal were beaten for at least half an hour on this stretch.
Vehicles going towards Medchal stop at Suchitra. As a result, there was a huge traffic jam. The traffic police are diverting the vehicles. Gundlapochampally Pond filled up due to rain on Wednesday night. Water flows from the road while the pond is about to burst.
Kompally Municipal Area Kompally Kompally to Doolapally main road is in poor condition due to heavy rain last night in Kutbullapur. The road is cut off and flood water flows over the road. Due to the high level of flood water, motorists face many difficulties. The highway was jammed for miles.
Gundlapocham Palli Pond filled up due to overnight rain. As the pond dries up, the water flows from the path. A private school has been submerged due to heavy rain in Thumkunta of Samirpet Mandal. Rainwater entered the classrooms.
The rain started at 10 pm on Wednesday and continued until 12:30 pm in Hyderabad and surrounding districts. Due to this, the low-lying areas were submerged.
It is known that there was rain in Hyderabad on Wednesday night. It rained heavily from 7.30 pm to 12 midnight. Due to this, the colonies were submerged in water in many areas. Water entered houses in low-lying areas.
People in the worst-affected areas spent sleepless nights as water from overflowing sewers and lakes poured into their homes. Heavy periods of rain in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad and the outskirts led to long traffic jams past midnight.
The impact continued Thursday with roads in some areas still underwater, severing vital links. Commuters from the northeastern parts of the city were trapped as few Local Military Authorities (LMA) roads in Secunderabad remained flooded.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast that heavy rain is likely to continue in parts of Tamilnadu and Telangana for the next 5 days and inland Karnataka for the next 2 days.
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