Heavy rains across the city resulted in twenty-two deaths while over 60 others were wounded. Those killed in tragic incidents also included husband, wife and their two children; a father and his son and; a mother and her two children. Police and hospital sources said the deaths were mainly the result of collapsing of structures and electrocution. A portion of a sixth floor of a building collapsed and fell on an adjacent house in Ramswami area of Runchor Line. As a result sleeping in the house a man named Badar, his wife, Rani, their two children Rehman, 5, and Rudaba, 7 were killed while Mohsin, 10 was injured. In Orangi town a roof of a house caved in, injuring Rabia Khatoon, 28, her daughter Aisha, 4 and son Umer, aged 7. They were rushed to Civil Hospital where they succumbed to their injuries. A similar incident in Orangi Town killed Bakhtiar, aged 26 and Tahir Shah, 50. Muhammad Asif, aged 5, drowned in rain water in Abdur Rehman Goth in Hawksbay. Police said a man identified as Noor Muhammad son of Azhar Rehman died of electrocution near Akbari Mosque in Bangali Para, Korangi Town. KESC staffer Qalandar Baksh, 38, son of Muhammad Hasan; Abdul Reham, 19 and; Muhammad Wali, 20, son of Abdul Qadir died in similar incidents of electrocution in different areas. A father and son were also electrocuted in Shireen Jinnah Colony besides Adnan, aged 40 in Nasir Colony, Korangi. A boy named Hamza, 12, was also electrocuted in Latifabad area of Hyderabad. Eleven people were injured when a wall of a house collapsed near Hamdard University in Manghopir area. Dozens others were also wounded in separate incidents of collapsing of walls and electric polls.