Rainwater enters ESI sanatorium, Marina seaside flooded. Watch movies

A number of areas in Tamil Nadu’s capital Chennai had been inundated because of incessant rainfall for the previous 3 days. A video has surfaced on-line appearing the rainwater coming into the preferred ESI sanatorium in KK Nagar, Chennai. Then again, a physician knowledgeable that the sanatorium’s services and products have now not been suffering from the rainwater. Each OPDs and Covid-19 wards had been operational. “All amenities together with OPDs are operational right here with the to be had manpower. The sanatorium wards together with COVID19 wards don’t seem to be affected,” Dr Mahesh of ESI sanatorium informed ANI information company.

Moreover, Chennai’s Marina seaside was once additionally flooded after continuous rainfall as a result of the cyclonic stream within the Bay of Bengal.


In step with the India Meteorological Division (IMD), Chennai will proceed to reel below the heavy rainfall on Thursday as smartly. The melancholy over the Bay of Bengal will pass the coast between north Tamil Nadu and south Andhra Pradesh this night and town would witness “robust” winds as much as 45 km, the elements place of work knowledgeable.

The heavy and steady rainfall has affected vehicular motion and led to waterlogging within the town. Incessant rain led to water-logging in different portions of Chennai together with the spaces of Nungambakkam, Sterling street, KMC Medical institution street. The Kodambakkam space of Chennai even witnessed timber being uprooted with waterlogging. In the meantime, the Chennai district management has close colleges and faculties in view of waterlogging within the town whilst some teach services and products had been nonetheless suspended.

The heavy rainfall began battering town after the arriving of the northeast monsoon which runs from October to December, particularly in south India. Tamil Nadu has were given 50% extra rainfall for Northeast monsoon from October 1 until now. Chennai district has were given 61cm rainfall in comparison to standard 41cm in the similar length

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