According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, the Central, South Central regions, and the Central Highlands will have isolated showers and thunderstorms, with heavy rain in some places with a rainfall of 20-40mm and over 70mm in some places on the night of November 13 and the day of November 14.
The mobile mine clearance team of Quang Tri Province under the Peace Trees Vietnam organization, on November 7, said that it had safely moved the MK-82 bomb discovered on National Highway 15D to the gathering place to proceed with the detonation, ensuring the safety of people.
To promptly clear the arterial road to La Lay International Border Gate, Quang Tri Province has mobilized forces and vehicles to work day and night to construct a temporary road, expected to be completed on October 23.
In order to repair the main roads which have been blocked with landslide debris in mountainous districts, Quang Ngai province's localities have mobilized dozens of vehicles and forces to clear up the debris and create smooth traffic for vehicles traveling from district center to communes.
The People's Committee of Thuong Hoa Commune in the highland district of Minh Hoa in Quang Binh Province, on the morning of October 8, said that the road leading to the villages of the Ruc ethnic people has been seriously eroded with dozens of tons of rocks falling from both sides of the mountain, isolating about 800 people and Ca Xeng Border Guard Station from the outside.
According to the General Department of Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, by the end of September 29, two people died, one went missing due to heavy rains and floods in the aftermath of typhoon Noru in the Central region of Vietnam. In addition, 62 were injured, and thousands of houses and thousands of hectares of agricultural land were damaged.
Many roads in Dak Glei District were eroded by Storm Noru, causing many residential areas to be isolated. Currently, two communes with more than 4,000 people are still unreachable due to road landslides.
This morning, weather forecasters said that the tropical depression weakened from the storm No. 2 (storm Mulan) is entering the Northern Province of Quang Ninh and the Northern City of Hai Phong, bringing heavy rain to Northern provinces and causing traffic congestion in a lot of streets in Hanoi.
According to the National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting, the mountainous provinces of Son La, Lai Chau and Dien Bien, and some places in the Northwestern region have suffered from incessant rainfalls from the night of June 6 through June 7.
The National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting warned that cold air having intensifies and connecting with upper-air wind convergence at 1,500 meters above the surface would trigger heavy rainfalls between 40 mm and 100 mm over the Northeast, Red River Delta, North- Central and Mid-Central regions from last night through today.
Although the ninth storm in the East Sea, Rai, did not bear down the central shoreline of Vietnam, its strength along with high surf and high tide affected localities yesterday, especially triggering coastal landslide along Thua Thien-Hue, Binh Dinh and Phu Yen.
Although the rainfalls in the Central region yesterday tended to reduce and floodwater level on rivers also dropped down under alert level 2, the downpour-triggered flood brought landslides in the mountainous districts, isolated over 10,000 houses and much of the road network break.
Torrential persistent downpours last night caused a 50-meter long, 12-meter wide, 10-meter deep landslide and severe traffic interruption on National Highway 26 (NH26), a section through M’Drak Mountain Pass connecting Da Lak and Khanh Hoa Province.
By 10am today, 16 people were found dead and 12 people were found injured after two landslides suddenly occurred burying 53 residents in Village 1, Tra Leng and Tra Van communes, Nam Tra My District, Quang Nam Province yesterday. The injured people have been taken to the healthcare clinic in Nam Tra My District.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has required mobilizing all available forces and means to search for and rescue 30 people missing in connection with the landslides at Rao Trang 3 hydropower plant in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue.
Landslides along riversides constantly hitting Tam Giang Commune of Nam Can District in the Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau seriously affected households and transport infrastructures in the recent days.