|Ukraine : Flood : 1998/11|
|Outline||Heavy rains in Western Ukraine have flooded more than 100 towns and villages affecting 400,000 people.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
|OCHA Situation Report No.8 / 15 Dec. 1998|
|10,538 people are displaced from their homes and reside with their relatives or in public buildings.||108 houses were assessed to be in immediate danger and residents had to be evacuated.|
|OCHA Situation Report No.7 / 8 Dec. 1998|
|*7,820 people are displaced from their homes and reside with relatives or in public buildings.
*One person is still missing.
|2,695 buildings are destroyed or partially destroyed. At least 2,877 buildings have to be reconstructed.|
|OCHA Situation Report No.6 / 1 Dec. 1998|
|*The number of fatal casualties is 17, and one person is still missing.
*The total number of persons unable to return to their houses is 5,609.
|There are 212 buildings still flooded, 2,002 buildings destroyed and 303 partially destroyed. More than 6,967 buildings need to be repaired.|
|OCHA Situation Report No.2 / 9 Oct. 1998|
|*24, 340 people had to be evacuated to safe areas.
*On the night of 8 November, 13,900 people have been evacuated from the city of Chop because the level of Tisa River had been raising till 23.00 hours.
|There is no telephone communication with 67 villages. Roads, particularly between local municipalities were heavily damaged and 5 bridges demolished by the water. Railroad traffic was already restored in the whole area. 102 electric transformers were damaged.|