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Heavy rains hit local train in Mumbai

Mumbai has been experiencing heavy rains since midnight on Thursday.

Mumbai: Heavy rains lashed Mumbai from midnight on Thursday. Many low lying areas like Chembur, Hindmata, Sion, Kurla were found to be stagnant due to rains. Meanwhile, Mumbai’s Lifeline local train has also been hit by the rains. This has disrupted Central and Harbor rail traffic.

It has been raining heavily in Mumbai since this morning. Hindmata, Sion, Kurla, Andheri subways are flooded. The suburbs also receive continuous rainfall. The Central and Harbor Railway services were also disrupted for some time due to water logging at Kurla, Sion and Chunabhatti. However, the traffic was light at this time of night.

According to Central Railway Chief Public Relations Officer Shivaji Sutar, torrential rains have caused waterlogging on the slow-moving tracks at Kurla and Vidyavihar stations. This causes trains to be 20-25 minutes late. Similarly, some local trains were diverted to fast tracks.

Local trains on the Harbor Line are also running 20-25 minutes late. And Shivaji Sutar has informed through social media that the train traffic on Trans Harbor is running late.
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