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Duration 2010/08/13 The flood struck the northern province of Lampang on Friday night (13 August 2010) with the water level as high as one meter. Over 1,200 households and 36 villages in 7 districts have been affected. Country or District Thailand Name Flood
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- Royal Thai Government 2010/08/21
The DDPM reports that a total of 13,085 households in 25 districts of 9 provinces were hit by floods last week. The stricken provinces include Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Lampang, Phrae, Nan, Rayong, Trat, and Lamphun.
- Royal Thai Government 2010/08/18
According to DDPM, continuous rainfalls during 1-17 August had left 248 villages in 24 districts of 9 provinces throughout the Kingdom inundated. Over 44,000 local residents and 9,000 households have been affected.
- Royal Thai Government 2010/08/14
Lampang Governor said that local authorities and rescue teams from the provincial DDPM Office had been deployed to help the flood victims.
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