The death toll was 12 people. However, the death toll may rise
A powerful storm cyclone, called “Varda” (“Red rose”), fell on India.
The main impact of elements took over North Tamil Nadu and South Andhra Pradesh, wind gusts reached 120 kilometers per hour, but by midnight the storm had weakened.
The death toll was 12 people. However, the death toll could rise because some residents had not had time to leave their homes.
The cyclone has also affected transport links in the region. Two States canceled dozens of flights.
Forecasters say that the cyclone “ward” was the strongest in the region over the past two years.
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