Cyclone Hudhud: Navy at Highest Alert, War-Rooms Manned

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Cyclone Hudhud: Navy at Highest Alert, War-Rooms Manned

The Navy is on the standby for relief and rescue efforts (Photo courtesy: Indian Navy)


Visakhapatnam:  As Cyclone Hudhud strengthens and comes tearing down the eastern seaboard, the Navy said it is on "highest alert."

The Navy expects the cyclone to hit between 10:30 am and 11:30 am north of Visakhapatnam, a major port town and home to a huge naval base on the Andhra Pradesh coast.

Naval officers said they expect Hudhud to hit maximum windspeed of 180 km/hour. Naval commanders said they expect the tail to pass by 3:30 pm

Trees were uprooted this morning and power lines were reported snapped in and around Visakhapatnam.

The Navy is standing by with multiple teams to assist in rescue and relief operations.
 


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