NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Floods and torrential rains in India's western city of Pune have killed 19 people and left nine missing, police said on Sunday.
Nineteen people were killed in the rain, which also flooded 2,000 vehicles on the city's roads and car parks in the past two days, Xinhua news agency quoted a police official as saying. To a safe place after flooding water from a nearby dam.
The previous toll yesterday pointed to the death of 11 people and the loss of four others due to heavy rains and floods in the city.
The rainy season in India between June and September usually causes deaths and mass displacement.