The officials said, On Wednesday, in several parts of the state a heavy downpour triggered by a deep depression which crossed Odisha coast, a flood-like situation and disrupting train services in some areas in the southern region of the state. Due to heavy waterlogging, at least three wagons of a goods train derailed in
Ambadola station, and several trains in Rayagada- Titlagarh section have been canceled order trains are diverted. According to the railway officials, Due to heavy waterlogging and washing away of the ballast of hundred metres of tracks. Since Tuesday six districts received more than 100 mm of average rainfall adding to this Special Relief Commissioner also said that Kandhamal recorded an average rainfall of 183.3 mm while Rayagada got 163.4 mm, Malkangiri 123.3 mm, Koraput 113.9 mm, Kalahandi 109.4 mm and Ganjam 104.6 mm.
According to B P Sethi who is the Special Relief Commissioner said that during the period, In mind districts, average rainfall stood between 50mm to 100mm. He further added that the state record an average rainfall of 57.5 mm.