Indian metropolis Hyderabad inundated by highest rain in 100 years

The South Indian city of Hyderabad, situated in the state of Telangana is currently facing unprecedented rains.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Hyderabad recorded 192 mm rain on October 13 - the highest ever in the month of October in 100 years. At least 12 have died in the area so far.

Take a look at these harrowing images

Roads cave in

People gathered at a spot where a road caved-in following incessant rainfall, at Gaganpahad-Shamshabad Road near Hyderabad on Wednesday

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Massive inundation

Residents make their way on a flooded street following heavy rains in Hyderabad on October 14, 2020.

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Heavy damage

Still from a clip uploaded by Twitter user @manoj_naandi

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Highest rain in 100 years

A resident shows the level of water in his cellar area at an apartment following heavy rains in Hyderabad on October 14, 2020.

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Streets blocked

A woman makes her way under a fallen tree on a street following heavy rains in Hyderabad on October 14, 2020.

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Adds to pandemic woes

Residents gather to look at a flooded street following heavy rains in Hyderabad on October 14, 2020.

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Loss of life

3 people died in the family due to heavy water flow following heavy rainfall, Gagan Pahad, Hyderabad on Wednesday.

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Rescue work underway

Rescue work going on as road carved following heavy rainfall at Gaganpahad Shamshabad Raod near Hyderabad on Wednesday.

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Communication disrupted

A train seen running slowly on a submerged railway track following heavy rain in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

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