PSNews-The Youth Union chapter of the Provincial Police Force of Binh Dinh in cooperation with the Mobile Police Regiment - E23 (under the MPS) and district-level police forces organized a “Voluntary Saturday” to help local people in the districts of Tay Son, Hoai Nhon, Phu My and An Nhon town overcome damages caused by the recent floods.
PSNews – Chairman of the Binh Dinh District People’s Committee Ho Quoc Dung came and directly checked the situation of rains and floods in Tuy Phuoc and Tay Son districts on December 14th to steer rescue operations.
Flooding due to heavy torrential rainfall has taken the lives of 13 people across the central region over the weekend amid fears of more rain this week.
QUANG BINH - Deputy Chairman of Quang Binh People's Committee Le Minh Ngan and 30 soldiers approached stranded train SE 19.
High tides have exceeded warning level three of six, submerging HCM City streets and causing terrible traffic congestion.
Continuous heavy rain since November 19 evening worsened the inundation in lowland areas in the central provinces of Thua Thien-Hue and Quang Tri, with three people reported dead.
PSNews – The Damry (Storm No.12) landed in Dak Lak province on November 4, and swept the two districts of M’Drak and Krong Bong.
A 500-year flood cycle scheme to protect downtown Hanoi is part of a detailed flood prevention master plan that municipal agencies are working on.
PSNews – The General Department of Logistics and Techniques (G.D 4) under the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) organized a ceremony to call for donation to support victims of floods in various provinces.
The Ho Chi Minh City Red Cross Society plans to deliver more than VND1 billion (US$44,000) raised by its chapters at all levels for flood-hit residents in the northern provinces Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Son La, and Hoa Binh October 13.
PSNews –Hundreds of Police and Army officers and soldiers were deployed to the landslide site in Khanh hamlet, Phu Cuong commune, Tan Lac district, Hoa Binh, for rescue missions.
PSNews-The historical floods sweeping through Muong La district (Son La province) on the morning of August 3 caused heavy damages to the people in the communes of Chieng San, Chieng An, Ta Bu, Chieng Hoa, Nam Pa and Nam Ong town in Muong La.
PSNews-At about 1 pm of August 12, heavy rains caused floods in the area of Da Thang hamlet, Ta Van commune, Sa Pa district, Lao Cai province, causing two deaths, one missing.
PSNews-Up to now, the total damages caused floods in Mu Cang Chai district is valued at about VND 290 billion, including VND 80 billion of people’s assets.
Early season flooding and heavy rainfall have severely damaged thousands of hectares of rice fields in the Mekong Delta province of Long An.
A special relief committee organized by authorities of Son La Province has collected US$25,700 (VND597 million) from donors across the country for relief from the effects of recent flooding.
Ha Noi has 18 locations at risk of flooding when rainfall averages at least 50mm per two hours, according to head of the Ha Noi Sewerage and Drainage Limited Company.
PSNews-Officers and soldiers of Battalion 2, the Southern Central Regiment of Mobile Police, under the Command of Mobile Police were deployed to help local people overcome difficulties in the post flooding period.
HCM City authorities are being urged to develop a master plan for flood control as new flood-prone areas have emerged and flooding has re-occurred in others.
PSNews – The Ministry of Public Security donated VND 1.55 billion to people, police officers and soldiers of Ha Tinh province.