Original title: Heavy rains in India have killed 11 people and dozens of others are missing.
Overseas Network, October 17th. Kerala, India, continues to be hit by heavy rains, floods and landslides in many places have caused 11 deaths and dozens of others are missing.
According to “India Today” reports, Indian army and navy personnel have entered Kerala to begin rescue operations. Officials said that rescuers found more bodies on the morning of the 17th, and the death toll rose to 11. The identity of the remains has not been confirmed.
According to the report, a navy helicopter carrying rescue materials is heading to the affected area, and two other helicopters are on standby, ready to go into rescue operations at any time. A number of Army engineering and medical team personnel arrived on the 17th for rescue operations. So far, the Army has deployed three columns. The Meteorological Department predicts that the state will still encounter heavy rain on the 17th. Five areas have issued a red rainstorm warning and seven areas have issued an orange rainstorm warning. The local government called on the people to stay vigilant and prepare for disasters in accordance with government instructions. (Overseas Net/Li Fang)