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Four dead in Cyclone Remal-related incidents in Bengal; Kolkata waterlogged

Kolkata, May 27 (UNI) At least four people were killed in rain-related mishaps in West Bengal after cyclonic storm Remal left a trail of destruction, official sources said on Monday.
Trees were uprooted and electric posts damaged, while continuous rains waterlogged a long stretch of roads in this metropolis affecting life of the netizens.
"Many areas of the city have been hard-hit by Cyclone Remal. Our Disaster Management Group personnel and personnel of different police stations have been making efforts all night to remove numerous trees uprooted in the storm to keep traffic moving, " a Kolkata Police twitter said.
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