57 people were injured and thousands of houses collapsed and damaged by storm No. 4

According to the report of the National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, as of 19:00 on September 28, circulation storm number 4 57 people were injured (Quang Tri 8; Thua Thien – Hue 8; Quang Nam 41); 94 collapsed houses (Quang Tri 2; Thua Thien – Hue 6; Quang Nam 65; Quang Ngai 21); 3,246 houses were damaged or roofed off (Quang Tri 137; Thua Thien – Hue 419; Da Nang 228; Quang Nam 1,150; Quang Ngai 1,278; Gia Lai 7; Kon Tum 27).

57 people were injured and thousands of houses collapsed and damaged by storm No. 4 - Photo 1.

Border guards support people in Cua Viet town to overcome the aftermath of storm No. 4

Storms also affected 77 schools; more than 1,038 ha of crops, 6 ha of aquatic products were flooded; 5,262 fallen trees; 8 small ships (Da Nang 4; Quang Nam 4) were damaged and sunk at the anchorage; 1,666 cattle, 1,475 poultry died or washed away; 4 suspension bridges, temporary bridges were swept away; 65 locations were flooded, landslides at national highways and 10,510 substations temporarily lost power.

According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, from the afternoon of September 28 to the night of September 29, in the North Central region, there will be moderate rain, heavy rain, and very heavy rain with a common rainfall of 100-200 mm, with some places above 250 mm; The delta and coastal areas of the North and Hoa Binh have moderate rain, heavy rain, in some places very heavy rain with a common rainfall of 70-150 mm, in some places over 180 mm. Preventing the risk of flash floods, landslides in mountainous areas, flooding in lowland areas. In the South Central region, the Central Highlands and the South, there are showers and thunderstorms, with heavy rain locally.

From now until September 30, on rivers from Thanh Hoa to Quang Tri and downstream of Dak Bla river, a flood is likely to appear.

During this flood, the flood amplitude upstream of rivers is from 3-7 m, downstream from 2-3 m. Flood peaks on Ngan Pho river (Ha Tinh), rivers in Quang Binh, Quang Tri and downstream of Dak Bla river rose to alarming level 1 (BD1)-BD2; small rivers, upstream of rivers in Thanh Hoa, upstream of Ca river (Nghe An), Ngan Sau river (Ha Tinh) to BD1 and above BD1; downstream of Ma and Ca rivers are below the BD1 level.

Risk of flash floods, landslides in mountainous areas, flooding in low-lying areas, riverside, urban areas in provinces from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien – Hue, Quang Nam and Kon Tum, especially in Huong districts Hoa, Dakrong (Quang Tri); Phong Dien, A Luoi, Nam Dong, Phu Loc (Thua Thien Hue); Phuoc Son, Bac Tra My, Nam Tra My, Hiep Duc, Tien Phuoc (Quang Nam); Tu Mo Rong, Konplong, Dak Glei, Dak To (Kon Tum).

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