|Country or District||Thailand|
|Outline||Residents of the Thai capital, Bangkok, are bracing themselves for severe flooding following forecasts that floodwaters coming from the north of the country where more than 100 people have died could submerge the city.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
|OCHA Situation Report No.1 2002/10/10|
|Dead: 128 people
Injured/ill: 62 people
Affected: 3,289,358 people from 891,290 households
Evacuated: 31,772 people from 14,351 households
|8,881 roads, 355 bridges, 994 dams/weirs, 526 drainage canals damaged.
Destroyed: 1,030 houses
Damaged: 63,303 houses
|1,453 government buildings, temples and schools affected.
|BBC NEWS 2002/10/06|
|Death: 39 people
Affected: Half a million people
Evacuated:more than 5000 peole
|Damaged : 3000 homes|
Bangkok Post 2002/10/11
Flood victims to get cash aid instead of crop seeds
OCHA Situation Report No.1 2002/10/10
128 deaths, 62 people injured / ill
CNN news 2002/10/09
Bangkok floods ease, risk shifts to south Thailand
The Star 2002/10/08
Bangkok vicinity remains flooded after heavy rains
Mainichi news (Japanese) 2002/10/07
Heavy rain since Monday morning caused a bus accident in the Southern east Bangkok. 3 passengers were killed and more than 30 people were injured by the accident.
CNN news 2002/10/07
Bangkok under water
Reuters AlertNet 2002/10/07
Torrential rain brought flash flooding to central Bangkok on Monday, snarling traffic, delaying school exams and forcing thousands of workers to stay at home.
BBC NEWS 2002/10/06
In Thailand now at least 39 people have been killed and more than half a million affected by the flooding in north-eastern regions.
Yahoo asia News 2002/10/07
Chaos as flash floods hit central Bangkok
CNN news 2002/10/02
Bangkok braces for flood threat
BBC news 2002/10/04
Bangkok braced for floods