Tropical storm Florence lumbered inland on Saturday, knocking down trees, flooding rivers, and dumping sheets of rain in the Carolinas where five people have died.
A delegation of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) led by Deputy Minister Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son visited Ha Tinh province on November 17 and offered support to flood-hit people and police officers in the province.
Many localities in Thua Thien Hue province suffered great damages and loss due to the impact of storm Vamco.
Major General Le Quoc Hung, Deputy Minister of Public Security, had a meeting with the police force Quang Ngai province on November 4 to review relief ops after floods and landslides triggered by Typhoon No. 9.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on November 1 urged authorities of central provinces to make maximum efforts to support residents hit by recent storms and floods.
As many as 19,244 poor households in the central region have received support to build and repair their houses to become more resilient to storm and flooding, thanks to the Government’s policy to assist them in the field.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued an urgent telegram requiring that ministries, sectors, and localities focus resources on dealing with the consequences of floods and heavy rain, and coping with, storm Nangka, the seventh storm this year, and tropical depressions.
PSNews – The Traffic Police Division under the Quang Ngai Provincial Police Department has mobilized its police officers and soldiers to be on 24/24h duty and ensure road traffic safety in response to storm No.6.
Hundreds of thousands of people were left homeless after a cyclone packing winds of about 200 km per hour slammed into eastern India, ripping out tin roofs and destroying power and telecom lines, officials said on Sunday.
Rescue workers plucked more survivors from trees and roofs to safety on Thursday, a week after a cyclone ripped through southern Africa and triggered devastating floods that have killed hundreds of people and displaced hundreds of thousands.
Southern provinces are urging fishing boats to land or seek shelter as storm Pabuk, the first storm entering the East Sea in 2019, is approaching.
A powerful typhoon headed towards Japan’s main island on Sunday forcing the cancellation or suspension of airline and train services and causing power outages and evacuations from areas still recovering from a typhoon last month.
Despite great efforts taken by Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities to fight flooding, many flood-control projects have been delayed by administrative procedures.
Localities need to be fully prepared for evacuations of residents from dangerous areas and to enact plans to ensure the safety of reservoirs as super typhoon Mangkhut bears down on the East Sea.
A strong typhoon tore through the northern tip of the Philippines on Saturday packing winds of more than 200 kph (124 mph) along with torrential rain, killing at least 7 people, wrecking homes and triggering at least 42 landslides.
The north central province of Thanh Hoa has called for the Government’s support to help local people to overcome consequences of natural disasters and stabilise their lives.
At least seven have died or gone missing due to flooding as an impact of storm Bebinca, which landed in Vietnam on late August 16, according to initial reports from Son La, Nghe An and Thanh Hoa provinces.
Northern coastal provinces are bracing for storm Bebinca, the fourth to hit the East Sea this year, as the storm is forecast to land in the northern coastline from the Hai Phong city to Nghe An province.
PSNews –The local police forces in storm-affected provinces have actively prepared forces and means and coordinated with other functional forces to draw up plans to cope with Storm 3.
Storm Son Tinh has claimed the lives of two people and unroofed 13 houses in the central province of Ha Tinh.