Ghaziabad: Vartalok and Pragya Lok society residents out on streets after road caves in

26 Jul 2018 10:09 PM

Ghaziabad: Vartalok and Pragya Lok society residents out on streets after road caves in

Updated 26 Jul 2018 10:09 PM

Ghaziabad: Vartalok and Pragya Lok society residents out on streets after road caves in  


Road caved in Delhi NCR Vasundhara Sector 4C near Vartalok society all residents evacuated and rooms were locked.
Heavy rains lashed the national capital on Thursday morning, leading to massive water-logging in a lot of areas. The situation was worse in certain regions, where vehicles were seen submerged in water and people had to be rescued by pulling them out. A similar site could be seen on national highway 24, where a bus was seen sunk in the middle of the road due to heavy showers.

Even the office goers were hard-hit by the rains as the city got crippled due to heavy jams, which were as long as 1km long. 

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