Monday , February 6 2023

Flooding kills seven in central Vietnam


The central province of Nghe An counted seven lives lost, more than 17,400 houses flooded after three days of heavy rainfall.

The Nghe An Natural Disaster Prevention Committee said Friday that the victims were either swept away while crossing bridges or risking their lives to catch fish during the flooding.

The water level also rose by nearly half a meter higher over more than a kilometer on National Highway 1A, causing traffic problems.

Due to the influence of storm Noru, many districts and towns in Nghe An recorded rainfall of 200-600 mm from Sept. 27-29. The heaviest rainfall of more than 600mm was recorded in Quynh Luu District.

Storm Noru made landfall in Da Nang and neighboring Quang Nam Province at 1 a.m. Wednesday, with a maximum wind speed of 133 kph, making it one the most powerful storms to hit Vietnam in the past two decades.

On Wednesday morning, it moved to Laos and weakened into a tropical depression.

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