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Rescue operation at the place where Ghatkopar hoarding fell, scene of devastation seen everywhere in the video.

Ghatkopar Hoarding Collapse: After the hoarding collapse accident in Ghatkopar, rescue operation is now going on there. A video has surfaced in which massive destruction of life and property is visible.

Sudden storm and unseasonal rain has disrupted life in Mumbai. So far 14 people have died and more than two dozen people are reported injured. cm Eknath Shinde has also taken stock of the accident affected areas. NDRF team has been deployed to deal with the situation. There is news of death of 14 people due to falling of hoarding in Ghatkopar area. Now a video of the rescue operation has surfaced.

14 people died in Ghatkopar accident

14 people have died in the Ghatkopar Hoarding Collapse accident. It is seen in this video that the NDRF team is engaged in rescue. Hoardings have also fallen on many vehicles due to which they have been completely damaged. Destruction is visible everywhere.

 Chief minister announced compensation

While announcing the compensation, chief minister Eknath Shinde has also directed to audit all the hoardings of Mumbai. Announcing compensation for the dead, the cm said that arrangements are being made for proper treatment of the injured. The cm also said that whether those who put up the hoarding followed the safety rules or not will also be investigated.

Due to unseasonal rainfall and rain, life has become disrupted in Mumbai. Most of the schools have been closed on Tuesday. Road and rail transport is badly affected due to rain. Many trains arrived late on time and started from Mumbai. A part of the airport has also been flooded and more than 2 dozen flights have been affected.

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