2 watchmen of Mumbai drown in flooded lift

Mumbai (Bombay): In a surprising event, 2 guard entraped in a swamped lift in a Mumbai (Bombay) apartment or condo sank some time battling to open its door, a law enforcement officer claimed right here on Wed.

The security personnel had actually mosted likely to the water logged cellar of Nathani Residency home in Agripada to recover water to the facility regarding 8 a.m. nonetheless have actually been caught within the increasing water level.

In a proposal to get away, they obtained (1) right into the apartment or condo lift & & shut its door, nonetheless the swamped lift stopped working to start & & also the door fell short to re-open, mentioned Agripada Police headquarters Sr. Authorities Assessor Savlaram Agavane.

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They pushed the alarm system, afterwards a few of the house residents rushed to secure them, nonetheless could not approach them due to climbed water-logging, Agavane specified.

By now the fire brigade employees came close to the area & & took care of to reduce the lift roof covering, the 2 security guards had actually died. They have actually been found as Jamir Ahmed Sohanan, 32, & & Shehzad S Memon, the last residing within the nearby Dongri area.

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Mumbai (Bombay) & & the total Konkan dist. consisting of Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri, Raigad, Thane & & Palghar were swamped by a record rainstorm from Sep 22-23 evening, paralysing normal individual life.

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