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Viet Nam : Flood : 2005/10/28

GLIDE:  FL-2005-000184-VNM

Duration 2005/10/28
Country or District Viet Nam
Name Flood
Outline Heavy rains have caused widespread flooding in central Vietnam, killing at least 67 people and damaging 3,200 houses in the most severely hit Binh Dinh province (1,050 kilometers south of Hanoi). Rising water levels have also submerged over 3,560 houses in Long An province.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others

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Report/Articles

OCHA Situation Report No. 1 2005/10/27
Heavy rains have caused widespread flooding in central Vietnam, killing at least 67 people and damaging 3,200 houses in the most severely hit Binh Dinh province (1,050 kilometers south of Hanoi). Rising water levels have also submerged over 3,560 houses in Long An province.

NEWS24.com2005/10/28
In central provinces, from Quang Ngai to Khanh Hoa, 28 people were killed while 8 132ha of crops were damaged since October 19," said a central flood and storm official

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OCHA ReliefWeb 2005/10/30
Viet Nam: Floods - Situation map