Rain affects normal life in C’magaluru

Rain affects normal life in C’magaluru

A government higher primary school collapsed at Chinniga in Jannapura in Mudigere taluk on Tuesday.

Heavy rain in Malnad threw normal life out of gear on Tuesday. Acres of paddy fields and arecanut orchards have been inundated.

Bhadra river is flowing above the danger level in different parts of the district.

The house of a woman, Jayamma, collapsed at Pension Mohalla.

The house of Rukmini and Gayathri has been damaged at Hampapura. Over 10 electricity poles have been uprooted in the hilly ranges.

A government higher primary school collapsed at Chinniga in Jannapura in Mudigere taluk. A major accident was avoided as the schools had declared a holiday.

A retaining wall collapsed on Hesgal Road and the road is snapped for vehicular movement.

About four to five feet of water flowed on Kalasa-Horanadu Road at Hebbole on Monday night. The travellers have to use the alternative road of Haluvalli-Darimane.

The uprooting of a tree on Kalasa-Bengaluru Road at Hinari disrupted the movement of vehicles for some time.

Waterlogged roads in Sringeri disrupted the movement of vehicles.

Water had entered houses at Kurubakeri Road and the residents were shifted. Gruel centres have been opened at G S B hall and Sharada Mutt.

A house belonging to Shrimathi collapsed completely at Haragod in Koppa taluk.

The revenue officials shifted seven families at Bandimutt and Holebagilu.

Water has entered into shops at Narasimharajapura Road. Santhe Katte at Balehonnur is marooned.

Paddy fields on over 20 acres of land have been inundated at Kunjalli.

The overflowing Bhadra river has marooned roads at Balehonnur, Kalasa, Kottigehara, Bhairegudda, Theppadagandi and Mahalgodu.

A family of six from Andavane had been to Ujjani. When they returned on Tuesday, the entire area was submerged in water.

Later, the family members reached their house using a coracle.