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4 killed in rain-related incidents in districts | Hyderabad News – Times of India

WARANGAL/MAHABUBABAD: Four people died in rain-related incidents in the districts following heavy showers starting late Thursday.
While three people were killed after a building collapsed in Hanumakonda, a man was washed away after water levels rose in Munneru stream in Mahabubabad.
According to police, M Pedda Sambaiah, L Saramma and B Jogamma, all residents of Shayampet village in Hanumakonda, were walking home on Friday when a building collapsed on them. “The dilapidated structure on the way collapsed on them due to heavy rain. They died on the spot,” said Shayampet sub-inspector D Devender.
Police retrieved the bodies and shifted them to a government hospital in Parkal for postmortem.
In another incident, a 35-year-old man was washed away in the Munneru stream in Mahbubabad as rains resulted in the water levels rising. M Venkanna, a mason, from Jamandlapalli, went to the stream to catch fish at Gandhipuram. While returning along with a friend, he slipped into the stream from a check dam. As there was heavy flow of water, he was washed away.
Authorities began a search to locate him.
Heavy rains lashed several parts of the state on Friday and officials predicted three more days of rain. According to Telangana State Development Planning Society, Mulugu received 58.3mm rain, Asifabad 58.1mm, Jayashankar Bhoopalpalli 54.3 mm rain, Hanumakonda 51.6 mm, Warangal 43.2mm and Mancherial 41.2mm on Friday.
Meanwhile, a panchayat office in Veerevalli village collapsed due to the impact of heavy rain in Asifabad district on Thursday. The office was located in a room in an old government school building in Koutala mandal which was in a dilapidated condition. There were no casualties.

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