JACOBABAD/DADU (Agencies) The breach caused by massive water pressure on a road near Dadu-Moro Bridge, widened to 50 feet, resulting in disconnecting the districts of Naushehro Feroz, Dadu, Larkana and Shaheed Benazirabad with rest of the country. Pressure is also mounting on Dadu-Moro Bridge, which is the largest structure in Asia, as River Indus continued spreading destruction in Dadu while the water flow in River Indus in Naushehro Feroz currently stood at more than one million cusecs displacing an estimated 36,000 people. Sources said around 12,000 people were still marooned there and waiting for the authorities to help them out to safe places. And in the adjoining district of Shaheed Benazirabad, located in the downstream, the water in River Indus is rising while the current flow is more than 0.8 million cusecs. Resultantly, pressure on the protective embankments is increasing, reacting panic among the local population. On the other hand, at least 17 persons reported to have died when a rescue boat capsized in floodwater near village Pinwari near Pannu Aqil, while rescue teams and eyewitnesses managed to rescue six people. The incident occurred owing to overloading and speedy floodwaters. The rescued people were shifted to relief medical camps. Similarly, the train service on Quetta-Jacobabad route was also suspended after the inundation of the track. Meanwhile, the second flood torrent ravaged parts of Khairpur, causing colossal pressure on the protective embankments. Nearly 200,000 flood affectees arrived in Khairpur from Jacobabad, Thal, Ghauspur and other areas, taking refuge on the National Highway and other pathways. Another high floodtide raged its way into Dera Allah Yar, rendering thousands of people homeless, which further exacerbated the situation in the area where people camping for taking shelter from the fierce flood. Currently, flood in Dera Allah Yar left more than 200,000 people homeless, as the government was trying its best to provide relief to the affectees. Dera Allah Yar Bypass is submerged under water, where vehicles have line up on the road in long queues while the people are travelling on foot. The people in Jaffarabad and Naseerabad are in sheer panic, as they are on foot making departure towards the Sibbi and other safer areas. The flood has suspended power and gas supplies in the affected areas while the communication system is also badly disrupted. The mighty River Indus is flowing in exceptionally high flood with rising trend in Guddu-Sukkur reach with water outflow of 1,056,000 and 988,000 cusecs and in high flood with falling trend in Chashma-Taunsa reach with a discharge of 512,000 and 642,000 cusecs respectively. According to daily report issued by the Federal Flood Commission (FFC), River Indus in Guddu-Sukkur reach is likely to sustain exceptionally high flood level during the next 2 to 3 days with flood peak ranging from 1,000,000 to 1,100,000 cusecs which can cause inundation and riverine flooding in the low-lying areas of Khairpur, Jacobabad, Ghotki, Sukkur, Larkana, Nawabshah, Hyderabad and Naushehro Feroz. River Indus is flowing in low flood level with rising trend at Kotri Barrage, with an inflow of 264,919 cusecs and out low of 249,864 cusecs. The river is likely to attain medium / high flood level during the next 24 hours. Under this scenario, the inundation and riverine flooding of low-lying areas of Hyderabad, Thatta, Badin and adjoining areas along the river is expected.