Yadgir: Bridge submerged after 2.6L cusecs water released into Krishna River


Team Udayavani, Aug 17, 2020, 11:01 AM IST

Yadgir: A bridge at Kollur(M) village in Shahapur taluk has been submerged after a total of 2.6 lakh cusecs of water was released into Krishna River from Basavasagar dam of the district from Sunday, August 16 night.

Due to the submerging of the bridge road connectivity to Yadgir, Raichur and Kalaburagi districts have been snapped.

As many as 23 villages were facing imminent threat of floods due to huge outflow from the dam. Police have been deputed at the submerged bridge and the vehicles are being diverted.

This bridge gets submerged in water every year when over 2.5 lakh cusecs is let out from the dam.

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