When Mandous strikes, a tree falls on a Chennai gas station and a wall crashes into automobiles.

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When Mandous strikes, a tree falls on a Chennai gas station and a wall crashes into automobiles.

Tropical storm The meteorological service reported that Mandous has deteriorated into a deep depression and would weaken even more into a depression by late Saturday.

Tropical storm Late Friday night and early Saturday morning, Mandous tore through the coast of Tamil Nadu near Mahabalipuram, flooding streets, uprooting trees, and damaging houses and electricity supply lines in its wake. It rained heavily throughout the Chengalpattu district’s surrounding districts, including Chennai, the state capital. Mandous has weakened since making landfall, according to the regional weather office, but it has issued a rain advisory for several areas. It “advanced northwest at a speed of 15 km / during the last six hours and weakened into a deep depression over north Tamil Nadu,” according to the met department.

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According to news agency PTI, civic organisations, such as the Greater Chennai Corporation, have been working hard to clear away fallen trees and restart the city’s intermittent electrical supply. According to preliminary estimates, 100 trees have fallen, disrupting power in five locations. Over 9,000 people have been evacuated, but no fatalities have been reported as of yet, according to the state’s minister of disaster management, KKSSR Ramachandran.

Along with the closure of the roadways, the Chennai airport was also shut down for a full day beginning at 6 am on Friday; 30 domestic and foreign flights were cancelled, and the runway was shut down once more today morning, affecting another 31 flights.

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According to MK Stalin, the chief minister of Tamil Nadu, all preventive steps have been taken, and police are “frequently monitoring the situation.”

After Mandous made landfall early on Saturday, heavy rains also pounded numerous areas of the south coastal and Rayalaseema districts of Andhra Pradesh.

 

 

 

 

 

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