|Country or District||Viet Nam|
|Outline||Floods caused by heavy weekend rain killed six people in central Vietnam, the government said on 3 October 2010.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
UN Country Team 2010/10/26
Floods North-Central Vietnam From CCFSC comprehensive report, as of October 14; deaths: 66, missing: 19, injured: 114 and houses flooded: 148,711
•Government of Vietnam 2010/10/10
As of 18:00, 10 October 2010, 66 people have died, 75 are injured, and 17 are still missing.
Government of Vietnam 2010/10/08
Casualities reported are death 52, missing 24 and injured 54.
Government of Vietnam 2010/10/07
So far 48 people have died, 19 are injured, and 18 still missing.
Reuter AlertNet 2010/10/06
So far, 30 people had died in the flooding, an official with the Vietnam Red Cross said. The government\\\'s website put the death toll at 28, with seven missing and nine injured.
Government of Vietnam 2010/10/05
So far 13 people died, 5 people are missing and 4 people injured due to heavy rainfall over the last four days in Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh and Quang Tri. Situation is still critical and there is a risk for flashfloods and landslides.
Government of Vietnam 2010/10/04
Torrential rains and consequent flooding over the last days have caused 6 deaths, 2 injured, and more than 6,294 houses flooded or damaged.
Eight dead, missing in strong flood in central Vietnam
At least 13,300 people in Ha Tinh were evacuated to safer areas after 728 millimetres (29 inches) of rain fell.
OCHA ReliefWeb 2010/10/07
Viet Nam: Floods (as of 07 Oct 2010)
International Charter 2010/10/07
ESTIMATED RAINFALL ACCUMULATION IN VIET NAM: ESTIMATED TOTAL RAINFALL ACCUMULATION FOR THE PERIOD : 1 - 6 OCTOBER 2010