|Country or District||Viet Nam|
|Outline||Floods sweeping much of Vietnam in the past two days have killed at least 33 people, blocked traffic on the north-south highway and halted coffee harvesting in the Central Highlands.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
|BBC news 2003/11/15|
|Dead: about 150 people
|OCHA Situation Report No.4 2003/11/14|
|The casualties and damage by the floods in the past two days are:
Ninh Thuan: 9 killed and 10 missing
Binh Dinh: 3 killed
Phu Yen: 3 killed
Khanh Hoa: 3 injured
|Binh Dinh:74 houses collapsed
Phu Yen:6 boats swept away
Khanh Hoa:41 houses collapsed; 4 boats sunk; and railway lines damaged
BBC news 2003/11/15
Vietnam following devastating floods killed about 50 people.
OCHA Situation Report No.4 2003/11/14
The floods have also inundated many areas, causing great damage to infrastructure, boats and transportation.
Reuters Alertnet 2003/11/15
Vietnam flood toll hits 50, traffic resumes
Nhan Dan News 2003/11/14
Ninh Thuan was worst hit with six deaths, one missing and about 23,000 houses and thousands of hectares of crops submerged in the water
Vietnam News Agency 2003/11/14
Torrential rains over the past few days have inundated Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan, Quang Ngai, Khanh Hoa, Phu Yen, Lam Dong, Binh Dinh and Gia Lai.
BBC News 2003/11/14
At least 15 people have been killed and four are missing in floods that have swept central Vietnam in the last two days.
Reuters Alertnet 2003/11/14
Vietnam floods kill 33, halt coffee harvest