In pics: Mumbai monsoon mayhem again as Maximum City suffers traffic blues
Heavy showers in Mumbai have once again led to the familiar sight of drowned roads and traffic coming to an absolute crawl.
Mumbai witnessed heavy showers on Tuesday - July 5 - leading to the sorry but all-too-familiar sight of waterlogged roads and locals having to wade through deep water. A yellow alert has been issued in Mumbai and Thane with showers likely to persist for most parts of the week.
Road traffic movement has slowed down with snarls reported from several key parts of the city.
Several key roads have been inundated as heavy showers persist in Mumbai.
While several trains have been delayed in and around Mumbai, even motorists and pedestrians have found going tough in the city.
Heavy rainfall has resulted in several trees in the city getting uprooted and falling on roads. This has led to an already-hit traffic struggling to move even more.
Teams from the National Disaster Response Force or NDRF were reportedly deployed to provide assistance in many parts of Mumbai.
A vehicle moves through waterlogged road amid rainfall, at Matunga.
More rainfall in the coming four days means commuters may have to continue wading through water-logged roads in the city.
While Mumbai once again puts on a sorry face this monsoon as far as civic conditions are concerned, there is a danger from flooding in many other parts of Maharashtra as well.
Vehicles breaking down like this bus in Mumbai have further complicated the commute process for many.
People walk past a damaged car after a wall of a residential society collapsed on it amidst heavy rainfall in Mumbai.
Vehicles stuck in traffic jam due to incessant rain in Mumbai.
Heavy rainfall mars the vision on road and can even lead to mishaps.
Motorists make it through continuous rainfall in Mumbai, that has also cause waterlogging and traffic jams at multiple junctions.
Another image picturing heavy rainfall in Mumbai and vehicles making through it.
First Published Date: 05 Jul 2022, 09:57 AM IST
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