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Six missing post cyclone in Odisha

Six missing post cyclone in Odisha

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Gopalpur: Very severe cyclonic storm Titli, which is being referred to as a Category 2 hurricane, made an early morning landfall in Odisha
Srikakulam: Trucks lay overturned at a street after severe cyclonic storm Titli wrecked havoc in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh on Oct 11, 2018. The cyclone, which made landfall between Andhra Pradesh and Odisha early on Thursday, uprooted trees, electricity poles and communication towers and also damaged crops. (Photo: IANS)
Srikakulam: Trucks lay overturned at a street after severe cyclonic storm Titli wrecked havoc in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh on Oct 11, 2018. The cyclone, which made landfall between Andhra Pradesh and Odisha early on Thursday, uprooted trees, electricity poles and communication towers and also damaged crops. (Photo: IANS)
Srikakulam: Uprooted trees block a street after severe cyclonic storm Titli wrecked havoc in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh on Oct 11, 2018. The cyclone, which made landfall between Andhra Pradesh and Odisha early on Thursday, uprooted trees, electricity poles and communication towers and also damaged crops. (Photo: IANS)
Srikakulam: Uprooted trees block a street after severe cyclonic storm Titli wrecked havoc in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh on Oct 11, 2018. The cyclone, which made landfall between Andhra Pradesh and Odisha early on Thursday, uprooted trees, electricity poles and communication towers and also damaged crops. (Photo: IANS)
Bhubaneswar, Oct 11 (IANS) At least six persons, including four of a family, went missing after their house got swept away by flood waters following heavy rains triggered by a severe cyclonic storm Titli in Odisha's Ganjam district on Thursday.
The incident took place on the bank of Adangi river at Bhutapankal village, said reports reaching here. All the missing persons had taken shelter on the roof of their house when the disaster occurred.
Ganjam Collector Vijay Amruta Kulange said rescue operations to trace the missing persons were affected due to heavy rains.
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