Sunday , June 23 2024

Da Nang residents seek for help as city flooded

Heavy downpour from 1 p.m. until the time of publishing has flooded Da Nang City by up to one meter, urging many residents to call for authorities’ help.

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  • 23h00

    Rain stopped, water stopped rising

    At the intersection of Hoang Hoa Tham and Le Duan Street, Thanh Khe District, about 30 cars were left in the middle of the road. The water is about a meter high and has a strong flow.

    The rescue force mobilized two specialized vehicles and dozens of soldiers to support people, mainly helping them to cross the road to avoid the water. Only the fire trucks were moving, since most of the vehicles had dead engines.

    The rain has stopped and the water has stopped rising, but it’s still flowing really strong.

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  • 22h40

    Strong winds, rain to continue over the weekend

    Strong winds of 50-74 kilometers per hour are expected on the sea of central provinces from Quang Tri to Phu Yen Friday night and early Saturday, said Nguyen Van Huong, head of the weather forecast department under the National Centre for Hydro – Meteorological Forecasting.

    Da Nang and Quang Nam beaches are set to have winds of 29-49 kph while mainland winds are forecast to reach 50-61 kph.

    Heavy rainfall will likely continue in central provinces until late Sunday at 300-400 millimeters in most places and up to 600 millimeters in certain locations. Flash floods and landslides could occur.

  • 22h40

    Residents call for help on flooded roads

    Chau Van An and nearly 10 residents were calling for help while standing on top of a flooded car. They had been there since 7 p.m. while on the way back from work.

    “All of the smartphones we have are out of battery, except for mine which have a few percentages left. I have been trying to reach rescue operators but cannot. No one has eaten anything.”

    Strong downpour has left the whole city flooded. Many residents on Hoang Van Thai and Trung Nu Vuong roads sought for help on social media as old people and children could not evacuate in time.

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    Da Nang residents are stuck on flooded roads. Video by VnExpress/Van An

  • 22h30

    Traffic police help the people 

    Traffic police in Da Nang have mobilized the maximum number of people and rescue vehicles to support people in flooded areas, guided and regulated traffic, prevented vehicles from entering flooded roads, and guide them to other routes.

    In deeply flooded areas, traffic police also participated in evacuating the elderly and children to higher areas.


    Traffic police push a car with a dead engine out of the water. Photo by Da Nang Police

  • 22h10

    Da Nang cut off electricity for safety

    The electricity operator said that it has cut off power in many deeply flooded areas to ensure safety. Electricity staff who are on duty 24 hours will base on the situation in each specific area to cut power.

  • 22h00

    Da Nang City flooded

    Non-stop raining from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. flooded most roads in the city including key roads Le Duan, Nguyen Van Linh and Hung Vuong with water as high as 0.5 meters. Water rises to 0.8 meters at Thac Gian and Vinh Trung Lakes and flows into many homes.

    In many streets people were seen leaving behind their cars and motorbikes. Some left work at 5 p.m. but have not been able to get home by 8 p.m. as roads were blocked by water.


    People fell off their motorbikes when a car passes by and causes wave October 14, 2022. Photo by VnExpress/Nguyen Dong

  • 21h40

    Son Ca storm weakened into tropical depression, caused heavy rain

    On Friday noon, the tropical depression strengthened into a storm, the fifth in the East Sea this year, with a maximum wind speed of 74 kph. By 9:30 p.m., when the storm was about 150km from the coast of Da Nang to Quang Nam, it weakened into a tropical depression with a sustained wind speed of 50-61 kph.

    The tropical depression has caused heavy rain in the area from Quang Tri to Phu Yen and the northern of Central Highlands.


    Many streets in Da Nang were flooded due to heavy rain. Photo by VnExpress/Nguyen Dong

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