Peshawar: Roof Collapses and Injure Four Locals

Four individuals were hurt in a roof fall that occurred after rain and high winds pummeled the regional capital, Peshawar, on Thursday.

According to Rescue 1122, the roof of a home on Kohat Road in the province’s capital collapsed in, burying four individuals beneath the wreckage.

It claimed that its employees rescued those individuals, including Noorullah, Maseehullah, Zahid, and Yasin.

Rescue 1122 also stated that rainfall infiltrated marketplaces and low-lying regions in the province capital, Lakki Marwat, and the Khyber district’s Bara tehsil and that its disaster team’ pumped it out.

The torrential rain inundated Mathra Bazaar, Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum Road, Kachi Mohallah, Achini Road, and Kagawala sectors in the province capital, as well as Gul Waliabad, Faqeerano Qabristan, and other markets in Lakki Marwat.

According to Rescue 1122, an institute in Khyber district’s Bara tehsil was swamped. Water was evacuated from the regions by rescue personnel using ‘de-watering pumps.’

Torrential rain inundated major roads in Peshawar, causing delays for vehicles, bikers, commuters, and pedestrians.

Rainwater gathered on University Road, Khyber Road, Hayatabad, and other city streets. The Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit operation for the Kohat Road and Hayatabad neighbourhoods was halted for more than an hour and a half owing to flooding on the track.

The torrential rain and high winds, which blasted at speeds of 50-60 km/h, damaged power lines in numerous sections of the city, creating power disruptions for many hours.

According to the Water and Sanitation Services Peshawar company, it received reports of inundated roads from several areas and immediately acted to drain rainwater.

Its personnel, according to a statement, employed ‘de-watering pumps’ to drain water from University Road, Kohat Road, Dalazak Road, Charsadda Road, Rahatabad Road, and other sections of the city.

According to the WSSP, the disposal of solid garbage and plastic bags clogged drains in several sections of the city, causing roadways and other areas to flood during the torrential rain.

The rainfall also flooded parts of the Charsadda district. However, no loss of life or property has been reported.

A lady was murdered and another woman and a kid were injured when their house fell in the Dattakhel tehsil of North Waziristan remote village owing to torrential rain late at night.

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