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Heavy rains lashed parts of Mumbai causing waterlogging at several places on Sunday morning. A high tide of approximately four meters and heavy downpour created havoc at some of the low lying
areas across the city. On Saturday, the city had witnessed a heavy downpour, especially in the suburban areas. A woman was electrocuted in Mumbai's Ghatkopar and two people were swept away
in heavy rain in neighbouring Thane district. Between Saturday morning and early Sunday morning, the suburban areas of Mumbai witnessed approximately 133 mm of rain, while the city area saw only
50 mm of rain approximately. People were seen wading through knee-deep water in many areas like Asalpha, Jogeshwari and soon among others. On Sunday it was the city area which received
more rain. According to measurements done at 5:30 pm by the metrological department for nine hours the amount of rainfall recorded in Colaba was around 123.6mm while in suburban Santacruz it
was 46.4mm. During the day there were 34 locations across the city where waterlogging was recorded. There were 20 incidents of trees falling in the city due to heavy rain and
wind but no one was injured. There was also an incident where balconies of a ground plus three floored building came crashing on the ground. No one was said to be
injured in this incident as well. Speaking about the incident Vijay Singhal, additional municipal commissioner said, "It was a dilapidated building and we had given notice to its residents asking them
to vacate it. However, they went to court which allowed the people to live there at their own risk. After the incident, the building has now been vacated." Weekly-offs of around
4,000 municipal officials were cancelled due to prediction of heavy rainfall and all of them were said to be on the field. Municipal authorities praised the officials, "We have eliminated about
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