Tropical Cyclone Farney hit India and Mumbai, killing 77 people. Millions of people were cut off from water and electricity.

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 Tropical Cyclone Farney hit India and Mumbai, killing 77 people. Millions of people were cut off from water and electricity.


Reported that Fani had previously caused 41 deaths in India, 12, Fani led to new casualties. An official from Indias National Emergency Operations Center said, The death toll has risen to 64, with Pri accounting for 39 deaths.

DATA FIGURE: On May 4, local time, the streets of Orissa State in eastern India were still ravaged by storms.

In addition, 13 people were reported to have died in Bangladesh because of Farney.

It is reported that Farney is the first summer tropical cyclone encountered by India and the Bay of Bengal in 43 years. The tropical cyclone landed in the coastal area of Orissa State in eastern India on May 3 with a wind speed of 200 km/h.

In one of Indias poorest states, the tropical cyclone damaged 500,000 homes, uprooted hundreds of thousands of trees and affected millions of people in electricity, telecommunications and water use.

Source: Responsible Editor of CNN: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825