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Rains abate in Mumbai, but 5 dead, doc missing from Tuesday's mayhem

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Published Aug 30, 2017, 2:19 pm IST
Updated Aug 30, 2017, 2:35 pm IST
The police have registered a complaint that a 55-60 year-old-man drowned in the open manhole.
A man wades through a waterlogged street following heavy rains in Mumbai on Tuesday. (Photo: AP)
 A man wades through a waterlogged street following heavy rains in Mumbai on Tuesday. (Photo: AP)

Mumbai: The Mumbai rains, which have wreaked havoc in the regular lives of the people since Tuesday, have claimed another life, as one man fell in an open manhole on the Matkar road in the Elphinston area near Dadar.

The police have registered a complaint that a 55-60 year-old-man drowned in the open manhole.

 

A complaint has been registered in the Dadar Police Station on account of the eyewitnesses, while the police are further investigating the matter.

Reports say that the deceased can be Dr Deepak Amarapurkar, HOD Gastroenterology, of the Bombay Hospital, who went missing on August 29, 2017, from near India Bulls lower Parel.

The police is, however, still to verify the identity.

Read: 5 killed in heavy rains as Mumbai limps back to normalcy

Five people died in separate incidents across Mumbai after rains lashed the city and the neighbouring areas.

 

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