Freak Hailstorm that Rained Sizable Boulders Kills Nine People in India


Myself By T.V. Antony Raj

While an incomparable event takes place now on the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka, where four distinct nearby volcanoes are erupting concurrently, seven villages in India suffered freak hailstorm that rained on sizable ice boulders killing nine people.

Freak Hailstorm in AP - 1


On Tuesday 29th January, people living in seven villages in Chevella, Moinabad and Shankarpally, in the state of Andhra Pradesh in southern India experienced a once-in-a-lifetime freak natural event. The hailstones started falling during the night.

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On the following day at dawn, women found it difficult to clear their yard of the large boulders of ice using the indigenous ekel brooms.

Though the hailstorm lasted only for about 20 minutes, it covered the entire villages under a snowy blanket causing financial loss to most of the villagers by destroying their houses, live stock and crops.


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