Heavy rainfall in India; Two persons, along with a 4-year-old girl, were killed in different rain-related accidents on Monday as torrential rain proceeded to pummel Thiruvananthapuram. The dead body has been recognized as R Ratheesh (27) of Kottoor and Krishnapriya(4), child of Priyanka of Vembayam.
The girl was discovered dead near the house in a well. They speculated that the child may have slipped and gone down into the well by mistake. Priyanka, the child’s mother, remained sleeping after coming off duty that night at Gokulam Medical College, and her grandma was indeed away from the home there at the time of the incident.
Locals, on the other hand, were the ones who came first and transported the child to the hospital. Thiruvananthapuram Medical College received the body.
Meanwhile, in Poovar, a 56-year-old woman was reported missing after being swept out to sea by a flooded sewer. Omana, a Kanjampazhanji resident, and Christudas’ wife has been confirmed as the missing girl. Four persons were murdered in rain-related events on Sunday.
Krishnapriya, who had been playing at the front of the house, was discovered dead in a nearby well. According to sources, the girl may have slipped into the well inadvertently. Ratheesh, a tribal kid, drowned while swimming near the Peppara dam after being carried away by flash floods.
On Monday, there was a lot of rain in a lot of places. The majority of KSEB and Water Department reservoirs have been opened. After traffic in Pathanamthitta was hampered by flooding, vehicles, including those of Sabarimala pilgrims, were diverted. On the Thiruvananthapuram-Kanyakumari railway route, another disaster occurred overnight. Palisade, near Kuzhithurai, was damaged by a disaster.
Due to the tremendous rain which has been pounding Kerala since November 12, 382 houses have been destroyed and 2205 dwellings have been substantially ruined. Tents have been set up at 3071 buildings as a preventive measure. These tents have a capacity of 4,23,080 people.