Three dead in rain-related incidents in Jammu | India News
Harbans Lal (45) was washed away by flash floods in a stream close to his home at Natulphal village of Khour within the Akhnoor sector right here this afternoon, they mentioned.
The officers mentioned Lal was crossing the stream when a sudden surge within the water stage attributable to incessant rains caught him.
The physique of the deceased was recovered and handed over to his household, they mentioned.
A girl, recognized as Jameela, was killed when a tree obtained uprooted attributable to heavy rains and fell on her short-term shelter at Kalamsatherdhar village of Kishtwar district, the officers mentioned.
Jameela’s daughter was additionally injured within the incident and was shifted to a hospital, they mentioned.
A 22-year-old man, Anzar Ahmad, was additionally washed away by flash floods in a stream on the Surankote space of Poonch district on Friday and his physique was recovered, the officers mentioned.
Almost a dozen ‘kacha’ homes had been additionally broken within the heavy rains in numerous districts, particularly within the areas within the Chenab Valley over the previous three days.
A number of footbridges, together with two in Udhampur district, had been additionally washed away by the sturdy currents as a lot of the water our bodies throughout the area are flooded.
Six males, who obtained trapped in the course of the Tawi river close to Pukroo right here final night time attributable to sudden rise within the water, had been rescued, the officers mentioned.
Machines, together with a dumber, had been broken on the web site of the 48-MW hydel mission at Kalnai, a tributary of the Chenab river in Doda district.
The income groups are accessing the injury precipitated because of the flood like state of affairs, the officers mentioned.
Monsoon rains hit the area on Wednesday and had been persevering with intermittently since then.
Nevertheless, the hilly areas of the Jammu area, together with Ramban, Doda, Kishtwar, Poonch, Rajouri and Reasi districts, skilled heavy rains over the previous two days.