Kerala Landslide Updates; 15 Reported Dead & 12 Rescued, Search Operation is on

Kerala Landslide

Right now, we live in an era of the pandemic; the coronavirus havoc is tormenting the world single-handedly across the globe. Along with that, several other incidents shook the world as a whole. 2020 is already defined as the Dark-year, population all over the world has witnessed every possible thing which could occur on planet earth.

According to our sources, a landslide has occurred in the Munnar district of Kerala, which has killed more than 15 people in it. The landslide was occurred due to heavy rain in Kerala’s Idukki district on Friday morning. Thirteen people have reported dead in the drastic event, where 12 people were rescued by the authorities out there and shifted to Munnar’s Tata General Hospital for further treatment.

Kerala Landslide Updates

Our sources also informed us that the landslide in the Rajamali area of Munnar district. The site is 25km far from the tourist area of Munnar. It is also stated by, and official that more than 80 people use to stay in that area, and the rescue team is still trying to figure out how many people are still trapped under the landslide.

Based on our reports, it is mentioned that the connecting overpass of the area was heavily affected due to rain, which is creating trouble for rescue team out-there.

According to Chief Minister Pinay Vijayan, there were 50 special forces of the state fire service, equipped to work at night. The Office of the Chief Minister has also turned to US Air Force helicopters to assist in the rescue operations. The National Disaster Response Forced team has also joined the landslide area.

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