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Watch: Video of car sinking into reclaimed well is the scariest thing you will see on Twitter today

04:59 PM Jun 13, 2021 | FPJ Web Desk

A scary video from Ghatkopar, Maharashtra is making buzz on Twitter where a car can be seen sinking inside the road.

The video was shared on Twitter by journalist Dhaval Kulkarni who informs that the video has been shot in Ghatkopar west, where the car sinked into a reclaimed well. One can see the car sinking inside the water until it sinks completely and disappears.

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Sharing the video on Twitter, Kulkarni wrote, "Scary visuals of a car sinking into a reclaimed well at Ghatkopar in Mumbai."

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Watch the video here.

Heavy rains, coupled with thunderstorm and strong winds, lashed Mumbai and its suburbs on Saturday, leading to disruption of train and bus services as tracks and roads got waterlogged at several locations.

The suburban services on the Harbour line slowed down due to water-logging near Chunabhatti station. The operations of local trains on other sections of the main line and other routes, including the Thane-Vashi line, were normal, he added.

Water-logging was witnessed at several locations in Bandra east, Hindmata, King's Circle, Kurla Kamani and Wadala.

Five incidents of house collapse and nine incidents of short circuit were reported till 6 pm, BMC officials said.

The India Meteorological Department, meanwhile, downgraded its rain alert for the city and neighbouring Thane for the next two days. The "red alert" warning of "extremely heavy" rain was downgraded to "orange alert" of heavy or very heavy rain.

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