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Duration 2021/07/18 Heavy Monsoon rainfall in western India has caused widespread damage and triggered flash floods and several landslides in part of the country°«s largest city, Mumbai on 18 July 2021. According to the latest assessments, at least 14 bodies have been retrieved from the collapsed buildings in Chembur, while 6 people have lost their lives in Vikhroli. Dozens of people were reportedly injured. Country or District India Name Flood
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- ECHO 2021/07/28
After severe flooding and landslides in Maharashtra State (western India) last week, the death toll has increased to 209, according to the National Emergency Response Centre.
- Reuters 2021/07/24
Heavy rain in India triggers floods, landslides; at least 125 dead
- ECHO 2021/07/19
According to media reports, up to 33 people have died, with others injured.
- Government of India 2021/07/20
As many as 25 people have been reported dead and several others injured in three separate incidents of landslides and a wall collapse as several areas of Mumbai were flooded after heavy overnight rains.
- Floodlist 2021/07/18
At Least 20 Killed in Mumbai Landslides and Floods
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