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         Tags: Sland slides, Kozhikode area, 30 families rel
KOZHIKODE: Anakkampoyil Marippuzha and Thenpara region in Kozhikode lying close to forest area witnessed landslides on Tuesday. Houses located near the area got damaged after water entered the houses.
The first incident of land slide happened at Marippuzha forest area by around 6 pm. Follwoing this, landslides also happened in Thenpara forest area but there was no casualty.
Following the incident, authorities relocated about 30 families.
Police and firemen are continuing rescue operation. They said six families were shifted to a safe place.
As rains lash hilly areas, the level of water has increased in Eravipuzha and Chaliyar Puzha. Traffic to Pulloorambara got hampered; roads near canals were flooded. There was large-scale damage of crops in Thiruvambadi region. Collector U V Jose said that alert has been sounded in the high range areas of Kozhikode district.
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