Landslide, falling of trees on Coonoor-Ooty Road, traffic hit


PTI, Feb 21, 2021, 2:56 PM IST

Source: ANI

Udhagamandalam: Heavy rain triggered landslide and uprooting of trees on the Coonoor-Ooty road paralyzing vehicular traffic since early Sunday.

The inclement weather led to a diversion of vehicles to Mettupalayam and Coimbatore via Kothagiri, police said.

The area experienced biting cold too, the police said.

Officials and workers from the departments of PublicWorks and Fire and Rescue Services, Police, and Highways are clearing the debris to restore the smooth flow of traffic.

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