Tamil Nadu rains stay updates | Chennai’s Nungambakkam will get third highest rainfall in 72 years, girl dies in wall collapse

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Tamil Nadu rains live updates | Chennai’s Nungambakkam gets 3rd highest rainfall in 72 years, woman dies in wall collapse

2022-11-01 15:11:27

Following heavy rain, authorities have declared vacation for faculties and schools in about 9 districts on Tuesday, November 1, 2022.

Following heavy rain, authorities have declared vacation for faculties and schools in about 9 districts on Tuesday, November 1, 2022.

In a single day rains lashed Chennai, its neighbouring districts and different areas of Tamil Nadu and rainfall continued on Tuesday as effectively, resulting in inundation in elements of the State capital and close by areas.

The Chennai Company has launched a  helpline quantity 1913 to allow metropolis residents to report for any civic points in the course of the rains. Flood management room landline numbers for the Company in Ripon Buildings are  044-25619206, 044-25619207 and 044-25619208.

Listed below are the newest updates:

2.30 pm

Chennai’s Nungambakkam will get third highest rainfall on Nov 1 in 72 years right this moment

A view of Regional Meteorological Centre in Chennai. File

A view of Regional Meteorological Centre in Chennai. File
| Picture Credit score: M. MOORTHY

The climate station at Nungambakkam in Chennai recorded the third-highest rainfall acquired on November 1 within the final 72 years, on Tuesday.

The Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) at Chennai stated it recorded 8.4 cm of rainfall whereas in 1990, the rainfall recorded on today was 13 cm, and in 1964 it was 11 cm.

As per 1 p.m.’s forecast by RMC Chennai, average to heavy rains with thunderstorms and lightning are more likely to happen at remoted locations over Thiruvallur, Chennai, Kanchipuram and Chengalpattu districts of Tamil Nadu in the course of the subsequent three hours.

Thunderstorms and lightning with mild to average rain are more likely to happen at remoted locations over The Nilgiris, Ranipet, Vellore, Thirupattur, Dharmapuri, Tiruvannamalai, Kallakurichi, Villuppuram, Cuddalore, Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam, Ariyalur and Karur districts of Tami Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal throughout  subsequent three hours — Deepa H. Ramakrishnan

1.45 pm

45-year-old girl dies after wall collapses in Chennai

A forty five-year-old girl was killed in Pulianthope on Tuesday morning, when a concrete slab collapsed on her, following heavy rains on Monday night time.

Police sources stated the sufferer has been recognized as Shanthi, 45, spouse of Kabali. The couple had been each flower distributors, and lived at a rented home in Prakash Rao Colony, Pulianthope.

On Tuesday morning, Shanthi was drawing water from a borewell adjoining to her home portion, with a hand pump. Abruptly, a concrete slab above her head collapsed on her. She was caught below the particles and died on the spot. Sources stated the concrete construction was weak already, and the rains might have led to its collapse. Police detained the home proprietor for questioning — R. Sivaraman

12.30 pm

Flood management room at Chennai Company

A war room has been set up at the Chennai Corporation office for monitoring rain-related incidents in the wake of the Indian Meteorological Department’s red alert about heavy rainfall in Chennai and parts of Tamil Nadu on November 1, 2022

A warfare room has been arrange on the Chennai Company workplace for monitoring rain-related incidents within the wake of the Indian Meteorological Division’s crimson alert about heavy rainfall in Chennai and elements of Tamil Nadu on November 1, 2022
| Picture Credit score: B. Jothi Ramalingam

The Chennai Company has shifted the flood management room to the built-in command and management centre to facilitate coordination amongst numerous line companies. Greater than 400 digicam fittings in numerous places will ship real-time information to the built-in command and management centre for flood mitigation within the metropolis — Aloysius Xavier Lopez

11.55 am

CM Stalin chairs evaluation assembly

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin chairs a virtual meeting in his camp office in Chennai on November 1, 2022. Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Okay. Stalin chairs a digital assembly in his camp workplace in Chennai on November 1, 2022. Picture Credit score: Particular Association

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Okay. Stalin chaired a digital assembly to evaluation the steps being undertaken, in view of the Northeast monsoon in numerous elements of the State, wherein he instructed officers to make sure that susceptible areas are constantly monitored by multi-departmental zonal committees.

The CM suggested officers to make sure that hospitals, academic establishments and cell phone service suppliers be stored prepared, and likewise instructed them to depute rescue and reduction groups to affected areas with none delay, an official launch stated. He suggested officers to shift folks from low-lying areas to reduction centres effectively upfront — Dennis S. Jesudasan

11.45 am

19 bushes uprooted, stagnation at 40 locations

The Chennai Company on Tuesday, acquired a number of complaints about water stagnation in 40 places within the 15 zones of the town. As many as 25 places have been cleared on Tuesday.

The Company has additionally put in motor pumps at 124 low-lying areas to stop water stagnation. As many as 19 bushes have been uprooted

A number of areas the place storm water drains had been accomplished didn’t have waterlogging .Many arterial stretches in flood-prone areas akin to T. Nagar, Adyar and Kodambakkam didn’t have water stagnation on Tuesday.

The northern elements of Chennai acquired increased quantity of rainfall on Tuesday, officers stated. Greater than 22,000 staff have been deployed to take away particles clogging the silt catch pit alongside storm water drains.— Aloysius Xavier Lopez

11.40 am

52-year-old autorickshaw driver electrocuted in Vyasapadi

Devendran, 52, who died of electrocution in Vyasarpadi on the night of October 31, 2022. Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

Devendran, 52, who died of electrocution in Vyasarpadi on the night time of October 31, 2022. Picture Credit score: Particular Association

A 52-year-old autorickshaw driver was electrocuted to dying in Vyasarpadi on October 31 night time, after he touched the pole of a pandal erected in entrance of a home, the place rainwater had stagnated.

The deceased has been recognized as Devendran, of twenty fifth avenue, BV Colony, Vyasarpadi. He’s survived by his spouse and two daughters.

In line with sources, he was strolling in direction of his home after parking his autorickshaw in Pulianthope and he inadvertently touched the pole of the pandal erected in entrance of a home, for a funeral, as a result of which he was electrocuted.

MKB Nagar police registered a case and the physique was despatched to the Authorities Stanley Medical School Hospital for a autopsy — R. Sivaraman

11.35 am

Forecast

The Regional Meteorological Centre, Chennai in its now forecast issued each three hours at 9.55 a.m. has predicted average rain with thunderstorm and lighting over remoted locations in Tiruvallur, Chennai, Kancheepuram, Chengalpattu, Villupuram and Tiruvannamalai districts — Deepa H. Ramakrishnan

11.30 am

With no shelters, office-goers wait at the Tidel Park bus stop in Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai on Tuesday, November 1, 2022

With no shelters, office-goers wait on the Tidel Park bus cease in Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai on Tuesday, November 1, 2022
| Picture Credit score: M. Karunakaran

Powerful time for office-goers

Many office-goers had a troublesome time to succeed in their vacation spot both by their two-wheelers or vehicles as rain water flooded the roads of the town that has seen almost steady rainfall since late Monday night.

Town witnessed flooding on arterial roads akin to Common Patterson Highway, Walltax Highway, Eldams Highway, Anna Salai and different locations as effectively. Pedestrians additionally had difficulties in commuting as a result of inundation — R. Sivaraman

11.15 am

Electrical energy provide unaffected thus far

In line with TANGEDCO officers, there have been no experiences of disruption in electrical energy provide within the metropolis.

The companies has additionally not been disrupted in main elements of the town regardless of heavy rains, officers stated. TANGEDCO officers have been to directed to report back to responsibility at their part workplaces 

Individually, division officers have been creating consciousness concerning the precautionary measures to be taken by residents, via social media to residents welfare associations, to keep away from electrocution — R. Srikanth

11.00 am

1,500 MTC buses operated in Chennai

Regardless of the heavy rains lashing the capital metropolis, public transport comprising buses, suburban and Metro trains, are, as of now, being operated usually, with none disruptions. — R. Srikanth

10.00 am

Metro companies regular

Representational image. File

Representational picture. File
| Picture Credit score: Okay. PICHUMANI

Chennai Metro Rail companies have been operated as per the schedule and haven’t been affected by the rains thus far. In line with officers of Chennai Metro Rail Restricted, the service started as typical at 5 a.m. and until 10.30 a.m. It has been operated with none problem — Sunitha Sekar

9.45 am

Company authorities examine areas

Larger Chennai Company authorities inspected a number of areas and stated there was no rain water stagnation in localities together with KK Nagar-Rajamannar Salai, and subways like Ganesapuram in view of preparatory measures and storm water drain work. Flood monitoring cameras have been put in by authorities in localities susceptible to flooding.

9.00 am

Inundation in elements of Chennai

In a single day rains lashed Chennai, its neighbouring districts resulting in inundation in elements of the State capital and close by areas.

A number of stretches in and across the arterial Anna Salai, the congested localities of north Chennai together with elements of Pulianthope and neighbourhoods tucked away in southern elements of the town and suburbs witnessed waterlogging, leading to visitors congestion and gradual motion of automobiles.

8.30 am

Vacation in 4 taluks of Tiruvannamalai

The District Collector has declared vacation for faculties and schools in Cheyyar, Vandavasi, Chetpet and Vembakkam taluks of Tiruvannamalai district as a result of rain — D. Madhavan

7.50 am

Vacation declared in Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Thanjavur districts

Vacation declared for faculties and schools in Nagapattinam and Tiruvarur districts in view of rain. Vacation for faculties in Thanjavur. Authorities declare vacation for faculties in Mayiladuthurai district as effectively as a result of heavy rain — S. Ganesan

7.30 am

MeT forecasts heavy rains throughout T.N.

The Met division has forecast heavy to very heavy rains over a couple of locations in Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, Ranipet, Vellore, Tirupattur, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri and Salem districts.

Equally, a couple of locations in Chennai, Chengalpattu, Tiruvannamalai, Villupuram, Kallakurichi, Cuddalore, Perambalur, Ariyalur, Thanjavur, Tiruvarur, Nagapattinam, Mayiladuthurai, Pudukkottai, Namakkal and Tiruchi districts of Tamil Nadu. Puducherry and Karaikal too are more likely to witness heavy rains.

( With inputs from PTI)

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