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Mumbai: Portion of a three-storey building collapse in Khar, no injuries reported

According to civic officials, a portion of a three-storey building collapsed on Monday, June 29.

Mumbai: Portion of a three-storey building collapse in Khar, no injuries reported
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According to civic officials, a portion of a three-storey building collapsed on Monday, June 29. This incident occurred in the Khar area of Mumbai.

However, there have been no reports of injuries. The collapse of the building, however, led to heavy traffic in the area. The Mumbai Police had taken to Twitter to inform that the traffic was diverted to the Turner road and the SV road due to the incident.



The BEST also took to Twitter to inform the same adding that buses of routes 4L, 33, 84L, 201, 202L which were going towards Santa Cruz are being temporarily diverted from Khar MCGM Hospital via Khar Station Road and then back to SV Road.



Meanwhile, reports of traffic have been coming in from all across Mumbai. The Mumbai Police has imposed the 2-km-rule which forbids people to step out the 2 km radius unless they are heading out for work or medical emergencies. The police had further impounded more than 7,000 vehicles earlier on Sunday to put across the message clearly.

Many people took to Twitter and spoke of the ordeal they were facing. Videos emerged from the Western Express Highway, Mulund Check Naka, Vashi, Malad, Andheri, Sion and others where traffic can be observed on the streets. The netizens further spoke of the recent 2 km rule which is being implemented by the Mumbai Police, which has resulted in the overcrowding. The police were seen conducting checks at every point to ensure that the citizens were not plying out of their houses for no absolute reason. The Mumbai Police has maintained that certain guidelines are to be followed while venturing out.

The Maharashtra government had earlier amended its lockdown relaxations under 'Mission Begin Again'. The amended order tightens the relaxations allowed for physical outdoor activities and exercises, the opening of shops, private offices re-opening, newspaper sales, staff attendance, inter/intrastate movement.


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