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Trees and poles fall as ‘Nisarga’ makes landfall near Alibaug

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Cyclone ‘Nisarga’ has made landfall near Alibaug on Maharashtra coast with the wind speed of more than 110 km per hour and heavy rainfall, leading to falling of many trees and electricity poles, a Raigad district official said.

Take a look at the destruction the storm left in its trail.

IMAGE: A tree falls on a car in Pimpri, Pune. Parts of Pune were also affected owing to Cyclone Nisarga. Photograph: @satyaprad1/NDRF

IMAGE: NDRF teams clear a road of a fallen tree near Alibaug. Photograph: @satyaprad1/NDRF

WATCH: Roof of building flies off due to Cyclone Nisarga

SEE: Visuals of Srivardhan near Alibaug, Raigad 

IMAGE: A visual of a damaged car in Sanpada in Navi Mumbai. Photograph: @satyaprad1/NDRF

SEE: Cyclone Nisarga hits Zirad, near Alibag


Video: Suresh Daniel

IMAGE: A local in Sindhudurg shows a house being affected due to Cyclone Nisarga. Photograph: @satyaprad1/NDRF


IMAGE: Damaged houses in Roha, Raigad. Photograph: @satyaprad1/NDRF

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