|Country or District||Viet Nam|
|Outline||On 5 October, 2007, Ten people died and six were missing after a typhoon blew strong winds and heavy rains into central Vietnam, triggering floods, blocking traffic and threatening the lives of thousands, officials said. More than 80,000 people had been evacuated before typhoon Lekima hit on the night of 3 Oct.|
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OCHA ReliefWeb 2007/10/11
The death toll of Vietnam flood jumped to 88:
Vietnam's death toll from Typhoon Lekima reaches 86.
OCHA ReliefWeb 2007/10/07
The homes of hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese villagers were still underwater on 8 October after days of some of the worst flooding in decades that killed up to 67 people.
Reuters AlertNet 2007/10/05
Ten people died and six were missing after a typhoon Lekima blew strong winds and heavy rains into central Vietnam.
International Charter 2007/10/04
Typhoon in Vietnam