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Incessant rain creates havoc in Sikkim, 19-year-old injured in landslide

First Published: 28th May, 2018 22:23 IST

Incessant rain for the last 24 hours has created havoc in Sikkim. In a tragic incident, a 19 year old was severely injured this morning when a landslide destructed her

Incessant rain for the last 24 hours has created havoc in Sikkim.

In a tragic incident, a 19 year old was severely injured this morning when a landslide destructed her house.

Similarly, Pakyong Rorathang Road has been blocked. And in another case, steel bridge at Mantam lake has also been swept away.

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