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>> Powerful hail and rain storms killed at least 78 people in Northern India on Wednesday. Scores more were injured as the storms tore through parts of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, a region that's home to the Taj Mahal. As many as 36 people died in the district of Agra alone.
Structures falling over in the wild weather were believed to be the cause of many of the deaths. The storm also leaving a trail of dead livestock, uprooted trees, and broken electricity poles. Rescue teams were deployed to the affected areas.
cording to reports, local governments will be setting aside funds for families of some of the victims.
Officials have also offered their condolences, saying they're working to restore utilities that were knocked out. The region is bracing for more, though, with storms forecast to continue.