Mangaluru: Man feared drowned yet to be traced

  • | Wednesday | 11th July, 2018

The normal rainfall was 43% while the actual rainfall was 46.4%. MANGALURU: Teams from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), fire department and local swimmers have continued the search for the 20-year-old man, who was feared drowned in Phalguni river near Moodushedde dam on Wednesday.With three days having gone by after the incident, the chances of the man’s survival look bleak.Sushanth, a resident of Ambedkar Nagar was feared drowned around 5.30pm on Sunday. Udupi received 53.5mm rainfall, a departure of 20% from the normal rainfall of 44.4mm. Puttur Taluk received the highest rainfall of 65 mm, with Mangaluru taluk receiving the least at 15mm of rainfall. The water level of Nethravathi river at Uppinangady and Kumaradhara river were below danger levels at 22 meters each with danger levels being 28.5 meters and 29.5 meters respectively.

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