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PHOTO GALLERY: Cyclone Remal damages homes, rips up trees on Indian subcontinent




Marooned houses are seen during heavy rainfall in Patuakhali on May 27, 2024, following the landfall of Cyclone Remal in Bangladesh. Residents of low-lying coastal areas of Bangladesh and India surveyed the damage on May 27 as an intense cyclone weakened into heavy storm, with at least two people dead, roofs ripped off and trees uprooted. AFP

Commuters walk past uprooted trees after heavy rainfall in Kolkata on May 27, 2024, following the landfall of Cyclone Remal in India s West Bengal state. Residents of low-lying coastal areas of Bangladesh and India surveyed the damage on May 27 as an intense cyclone weakened into heavy storm, with at least two people dead, roofs ripped off and trees uprooted. AFP

Vehicles move through a waterlogged street in Kolkata, India, as rain continues after cyclone Remal made a landfall near Bangladesh-India border, Monday, May 27, 2024. AP

A damaged structure is seen during heavy rains caused by Cyclone Remal along the coastal areas at Bakkhali, South 24 parganas, West Bengal, India, Monday, May 27, 2024. AP

People walk on a damaged embankment along the Sonatola river during heavy rainfall in Patuakhali on May 27, 2024, following the landfall of Cyclone Remal in Bangladesh. Residents of low-lying coastal areas of Bangladesh and India surveyed the damage on May 27 as an intense cyclone weakened into heavy storm, with at least two people dead, roofs ripped off and trees uprooted. AFP

People move through a waterlogged street during rainfall in Kolkata on May 27, 2024, following the landfall of Cyclone Remal in India s West Bengal state. Residents of low-lying areas of Bangladesh and India surveyed the damage on May 27 as an intense cyclone that lashed the coast weakened into a heavy storm after killing at least three people, damaging homes and uprooting trees. AFP

A man salvages a cart and other material as water flows on to the Kuakata beach on the coast of Bay of Bengal caused by the advancing Cyclone Remal in Barisal, Bangladesh, Sunday, May 26, 2024. AP

Trees swing during heavy winds and rains caused by Cyclone Remal along the coastal areas at Bakkhali, South 24 parganas, West Bengal, India, Monday, May 27, 2024. AP