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.
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.
Floods occurred again in the central provinces of Ha Tinh and Quang Binh, due to heavy rainfall and water released from a local power plant.
PSNews - On November 1st, at about 8.30am, a historical flood submerged nearly 2,000 households of 4 communes of Cam Lo district, Quang Tri province within only 15 minutes.
PSNews - The Standing Office of the Steering Committee for climate change response, disaster prevention and rescue under the MPS sent Official Dispatch No.17 - on October 31st afternoon to police units, requiring all public security forces to proactively respond to flood and rain.
A total of US$4,375 was raised by overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in France and Mongolia to support flood victims in central Vietnam.
HA TINH — National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thị Kim Ngan yesterday visited and presented gifts to flood victims in Huong Khe and Vu Quang districts – the areas most vulnerable to flooding in the central province of Ha Tinh.
Organisations and individuals across the country are supporting locals in the central region overcome the consequences of recent floods.
HUONG KHE - Floodwaters had inundated 10,357 households in Huong Khe district, isolated 9 communes including Huong Trach, Huong Do, Loc Yen, Huong Thuy, Huong Giang, Gia Pho, Phuong Dien, Phuong My, Hoa Hai.
HANOI - The Steering Committee for Flood and Storm Prevention and Control on October 17 held an urgent meeting in Hanoi to work out measures against Sarika typhoon which is forecast to hit provinces from Thai Binh to Quang Ninh on October 19.
QUANG BINH - Public security forces of Ba Don helped people avoiding flood in difference areas.
Traffic police officers had served as living “markers” guiding people and vehicles to safely moving through flooded areas on 1A National Highway.
Thousands of houses in Quang Binh have been submerged and transport disrupted.
Some 500 officers and 15 canoes and other vehicles have been deployed by Quang Binh Public Security Department to help people in response to floods.