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Terrifying Footage Shows Dozens Of Vehicles Buried In Mud In India After Heavy Rain And Landslide

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Terrifying footage shows dozens of vehicles buried in mud in India after a heavy rain and landslide.

Footages taken on several roads in the northern state of Rajasthan also captured several cars ‘floating like boats’.

According to reports, as many as 11 Indian states have been adversely affected by the flood water.

868 people have lost their lives in the last couple of weeks.





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Vehicles were buried in mud on Thursday after a landslide triggered by heavy rainfall hit the capital of India’s northern state of Rajasthan, Jaipur.

Photos and video shared on social media shows dozens of vehicles buried in the mud due to the August 14 incident.

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Dozens of vehicles buried in mud in India after a heavy rain and landslide.

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On Sunday, rescue workers were called to scene to remove some of the cars stuck in the landslide rubble.





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Some areas in the low-lying areas of the desert state were also submerged. Footages taken on several roads in the capital, Jaipur, shows several cars ‘floating like boats’.

The strong water currents also made it impossible for people to stand on their feet. The massive flood water left several people stranded for many hours.

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dozens-of-cars-buried-in-mud-in-india-after-heavy-rain-and-landslide

According to reports, as many as 11 Indian states have been adversely affected by the floods triggered by heavy rainfall.

A flood situation report made by MHA’s Disaster Management Division said that 868 people have lost their lives in the last couple of weeks.





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