In pics: Mayhem in Mumbai as Cyclone Tauktae leaves vehicles battered

Cyclone Tauktae has extracted a massive toll on public and private property in several cities in states along the country's western coast.
By HT Auto Desk
| Updated on: 18 May 2021, 12:38 PM
Cyclone Tauktae wreaked havoc in Mumbai on Monday. A BEST bus was damaged after a tree fell on it at BEST bus depot in Andheri East.
1/9 Cyclone Tauktae wreaked havoc in Mumbai on Monday. A BEST bus was damaged after a tree fell on it at BEST bus depot in Andheri East.
As the speed of the gales went up to 85 kmph many trees were uprooted in the city. Here, a tree fall on a parked Honda Car in Navi Mumbai on Monday.
2/9 As the speed of the gales went up to 85 kmph many trees were uprooted in the city. Here, a tree fall on a parked Honda Car in Navi Mumbai on Monday.
Many areas in the city faced water-logging due to heavy rains brought by the cyclone. A scene from a water-logged road in Andheri.
3/9 Many areas in the city faced water-logging due to heavy rains brought by the cyclone. A scene from a water-logged road in Andheri.
A damaged taxi is seen here after a tree fell on it.
4/9 A damaged taxi is seen here after a tree fell on it.
Here some two-wheelers which are damaged beyond repair can be seen under a fallen tree in Navi Mumbai.
5/9 Here some two-wheelers which are damaged beyond repair can be seen under a fallen tree in Navi Mumbai.
A Maruti car in a completely sorry state after a tree fell on it in Mumbai.
6/9 A Maruti car in a completely sorry state after a tree fell on it in Mumbai.
Stranded buses can be seen in a heavily water-logged area in Mumbai on Monday. The city received heavy to very heavy rainfall due to cyclone Tauktae.
7/9 Stranded buses can be seen in a heavily water-logged area in Mumbai on Monday. The city received heavy to very heavy rainfall due to cyclone Tauktae.
Vehicles wade through water-logged Dadar TT circle.
8/9 Vehicles wade through water-logged Dadar TT circle.
An uprooted tree can be seen on a parked two-wheeler in Navi Mumbai.
9/9 An uprooted tree can be seen on a parked two-wheeler in Navi Mumbai.
First Published Date: 18 May 2021, 11:16 AM IST
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