Cyclone Ockhi damages houses, uproot trees in Uchila near Mangaluru

Published: 03rd December 2017 05:09 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2017 05:55 PM  

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Several houses suffered damage, coconut trees got uprooted and communication lines were disrupted as Cyclone Ockhi lashed in the Coastal India. (EPS | Rajesh Shetty Ballalbagh)
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The retaining wall built by the government to prevent sea erosion at Uchila has been washed away by the cyclone. (EPS | Rajesh Shetty Ballalbagh)
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Food and civil supplies minister and local MLA UT Khadar and DK Deputy Commissioner Sashikanth Senthil inspect areas affected by cyclone at  Feribailu Uchila near Mangaluru on Sunday. (EPS | Rajesh Shetty Ballalbagh)
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Residents gather at  Feribailu Uchila near Mangalore  after the Cyclone. (EPS | Rajesh Shetty Ballalbagh)
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Trees and plants have been uprooted in various places and houses were damaged in Mangalore due to the cyclone. (EPS | Rajesh Shetty Ballalbagh)
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A house collapsed due to cyclone Ockhi at Ombattukere Sea Ground near Mangaluru is seen in the picture. (EPS | Rajesh Shetty Ballalbagh)
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