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Reverse flow floods T3, Delhi


The Indira Gandhi International Airport, which got three times more rain than the rest of the city on Sunday, also bore the brunt of “choked drains” around the facility that led to reverse flow of rain water into the state-of-the-art Terminal 3.

Sources said the surface water flowed into Terminal 3 between 2 pm and 5 pm, with the water level inside the airport rising as high as the baggage belts. The conveyor belts had to be stopped due to excess water around them, officials said.

Full report here Indian Express

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