Traffic Snarls, Waterlogging: Order Of The Day
The Free Press Journal - Mumbai|September 5, 2019
As Mumbai witnessed incessant rains on Wednesday, what followed was traffic snarls due to waterlogging across the city. With intense spells, the city police cautioned citizens by posting updates on Twitter handle.

As per Mumbai police, a heavy traffic jam was seen on the Western Express Highway and Eastern Express Highway not only during peak hours but throughout the day. A senior traffic official said vehicular movement was slow due to heavy showers and waterlogging at various spots across the city.

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