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Duration2013/07/18 Heavy rain has caused flooding in Trat and Ranong province, Thailand. Over 500 residents of Trat province have been affected.
Country or DistrictThailand

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  • Government of Thailand 2013/10/01
    The flood has so far affected nearly three million people in the 25 provinces. At least 23 people have been killed.
  • Government of Thailand 2013/09/26
    9 dead so far in recent round of flooding that now covers 27 provinces.
  • Reuters 2013/09/23
    More than 600,000 Thais have been affected by flooding since July and more than a quarter of Thailand\'s provinces have been inundated.
  • Government of Thailand 2013/08/01
    According to DDPM Director General Chatchai Promlert, 18,788 homes in Chiang Rai, Kanjanaburi, Tak, Nan, Payao, Sakon Nakorn and Prajinburi have been affected by flash floods as heavy rains continue raging across these provinces.
  • Bangkok Post 2013/07/23
    A total of five areas in Chanthaburi’s Muang district were waist-high in flood water on Tuesday (23 July 2013), inundating several buildings and roads, affecting around 10,000 people.
  • Government of Thailand 2013/07/18
    In Trat, heavy rain has caused water from the hilltops to flow downhill flooding 2 districts, inundating at least 120 homes as water level rises to 120-150 cm deep.
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