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Viet Nam:Flood:2010/11/14

Duration2010/11/14 Over the last 48h, a tropical depression caused heavy rainfall and consequent flooding in provinces in Central Vietnam and the Central Highlands.
Country or DistrictViet Nam

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  • Government of Vietnam 2010/11/18
    Due to heavy rainfall and floods, 19 people were killed with 6 missing. 31 people were injured. 29,651 ouses were flooded or damaged.

  • Government of Vietnam 2010/11/17
    Heavy rainfall and consequent flooding in Central Vietnam over the last days have cost the lives of 11 people with 2 still missing. More than 11,186 households have been evacuated so far.
  • Government of Vietnam 2010/11/15
    Over the last 48h, tropical depression No.18 caused heavy rainfall and consequent flooding in the evening of Nov. 14 in provinces Thua Thien-Hue to Quang Ngai, Gia Lai and Kon Tum. In Quang Ngai, 12 houses were collapsed and 3 houses, seriously damaged.

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