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    Two dead in treefall at Keesara as heavy winds, thunderstorms hit Hyderabad

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    After a long period of hot weather, Hyderabad experienced heavy winds and thunderstorms on Sunday, along with light to moderate rainfall. Tragically, two people were killed when a tree fell on them in Keesara.

    The victims were identified as Nagireddy Ram Reddy, a farmer, and his friend Dharma Reddy, who were riding a bike from Thimmaipally to Shameerpet. A large tree was uprooted by the strong winds on Venugopal Swamy Road, crushing both men. Ram Reddy died instantly, while Dharma Reddy was taken to a hospital in ECIL for treatment but later passed away.

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    Police have filed a case and informed the families of the victims, with their bodies being moved to Gandhi Hospital for a postmortem examination. Temperatures in the city had been high, with Uppal recording the highest temperature at 42.7 degrees Celsius.

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    In the evening, powerful winds and rainfall were seen in various areas of the city, including Uppal, LB Nagar, and Secunderabad. The Hayathnagar area experienced significant damage from the strong winds, with trees uprooted and shelters blown away. GHMC DRF teams responded to 53 emergency calls, mostly related to fallen trees.

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    The IMD has warned people to be cautious during such weather conditions and avoid seeking shelter under trees. Helpline numbers have been provided for GHMC-DRF assistance. The forecast for Monday predicts partly cloudy skies with similar wind patterns but no major weather disturbances.

    Dry weather is expected to continue in Telangana for the next five days, according to IMD Hyderabad.

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