Hyderabad Floods in Pics and Videos: Shocking Visuals Show Rainwater Flooding Houses As Heavy Rainfall Continues in the City

There are many videos and photos shared on social media that shows cars floating, heavy floods in areas making people lives in a standstill. Several such visuals have emerged from the state capital, which is among the 14 districts affected in Telangana.

October 14, 2020

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The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) reportedly issued a yellow alert for Hyderabad as the city is drenched in heavy rainfall. Considering the situation, It has advised people to stay indoor until necessary. There are many videos and photos shared on social media that shows cars floating, heavy floods in areas making people lives in a standstill. Several such visuals have emerged from the state capital, which is among the 14 districts affected in Telangana. It is a horrific situation in the state; some people have died as well following incessant rains that have led to flooding on roads and inundation of some low-lying areas.

Many stations have reported heavy rain leading to road closures, tree felling and severe inundation of roads. The situation is difficult. People are stranded, schools are shut, and there are restrictions in movements, floodwaters even entered into homes, making life even more difficult amid the pandemic. Pictures and videos surfacing on social media show just how rainfall has created havoc in the state’s capital.

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View Pics of Hyderabad Flood

Rainwater Entering Houses

Situation is Devastating

More Videos Surface Online

Streets are Flooded

It is Scary

Vehicles Washed Away

Heavy Flood on the Roads

IMD in its latest weather update, stated that a depression lay around 80 km north of Gulbarga in north Karnataka, which was fast moving towards Maharashtra. As the system traverses along with Maharashtra, the Met office has forecast strong winds across the state. Owing to the rough sea conditions in the Arabian Sea, the fisher community is also advised not to venture into the sea, reportedly from October 16 onward. We hope that the people get enough strength to battle with the situation and the state recovers from the devastation sooner.

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