Strong winds wreak havoc as Cyclone Michaung makes landfall in southern India
Strong winds continued to wreak havoc in several parts of southern India’s Andhra Pradesh as Cyclone Michaung made its landfall.
This happened in Rajamahendravaram in East Godavari district on December 5.
Visuals showed the devastating impact that the winds had in the area as the cyclone wreaked havoc. The scary sight showed the powerful winds blow everything away in its wake several items seen flying in the area. The trees planted on the divider on this road found it tough to sustain the winds and bent big time. The area had already started to flood, giving the indication that heavy rainfall has disrupted normal life in the state.
In Tamil Nadu’s Chennai, more than 10 people died as a result of the rainfall and flood induced by the Cyclone Michaung. Even though the rain subsided, a lot of areas were left severely flooded with many people stranded without electricity and access to necessities.
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