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Rain Fury in Kerala: Death toll rises to 57; about 1,65,519 people shifted to relief camps
 
Thiruvananthapuram: As heavy rain continued to lash several parts of Kerala, the rain-related death toll rose to 57 with over 1,65,519 people from 46,400 families have been shifted to 1,318 relief camps in the State. According to the official sources, 10 people died in Waynad district, 19 in Malappuram,14 in Kozhikode, 5 in Kannur, 4 in Idukki district, 3 in Thrissur and 2 in Alappuzha in the rain related incidents for the last three days.

As many as 198 houses were fully damaged and 2303 houses have been partially damaged in the floods. Talking to newspersons here on Saturday, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said 80 landslides were reported till this day leading to missing of several people in the State. There were unconfirmed reports that 41 are still missing after the landslides, he added. Sources said ten boats will brought from Kollam to Pathanamthitta as a precautionary measure to face any emergency situation. Following incessant rains in catchment areas, the water level in Pamba river and Achankovil rivers rose to alarming level.

Water level in rivers in Ernakulam district including periyar is slowly going down. No casualty was reported at Paravur taluk, mostly flood affected area in Ernakulam district. Meantime, operation of Cochin international airport will be restarted by August 11 noon. Water level in Periyar river has went down nearly more than one feet. Majority of Kuttanad is now underwater.


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