2000 Mumbai landslide

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2000 Mumbai landslide
India Maharashtra locator map.svg
Location of Maharashtra in India
Date July 2000
Location Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Deaths 67
Injuries unknown

Coordinates: 19°5′27″N 72°53′46″E / 19.09083°N 72.89611°E / 19.09083; 72.89611The 2000 Mumbai landslide was a landslide that occurred in Ghatkopar suburbs of Mumbai, India in July 2000. It killed 67 people and injured many.[1][2] The landslide was the result of land erosion following heavy rains.[3][4] Casualties include 15 children , 15 women who was in a rikshaw and died on place in Ghatkopar local trains which originate from Ghatkopar.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (13 July 2000). Mumbai landslide toll 67, Army called, The Tribune
  2. ^ "Over 100 killed as torrential rains flood Mumbai". India Abroad. July 21, 2000. Retrieved 10 June 2012. 
  3. ^ (14 July 2000). Hopes fade for landslide victims, BBC News
  4. ^ India. R.I.C. Publications. 2010. pp. 6–. ISBN 978-1-74126-910-9. Retrieved 11 June 2012. 
  5. ^ http://www.routeandgo.net/place/2456882/india/2000-mumbai-landslide