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Many roads in several districts and Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh City were waterlogged after a torrential rain occurred on the large scale this afternoon. Many residents were trapped in the downpour and the engine of many motorbikes was shut down, forcing drivers to push them through the water.
Some localities in Huong Son, Huong Khe, Vu Quang and Duc Tho districts of Ha Tinh Province were submerged and isolated this morning due to the influence of extreme rains along with water discharge regulations at local reservoirs.
The National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting this morning said that after making landfall and devastating the Central region of Vietnam, typhoon Noru is able to move westerly and downgrade into a tropical depression and low-pressure zone in Thailand with a maximum speed of 25 kilometers an hour in the next 12 hours.
Typhoon Noru made landfall in the area bordering Da Nang City and Quang Nam Province in the early morning of September 28. Previously, as of midnight on September 27, the superstorm had approached the mainland, causing intense rains and gales in the coastal provinces from Thua Thien - Hue to Binh Dinh.
According to Head of the Weather Forecast Division under the National Center for Hydrology Meteorology Forecasting Nguyen Van Huong, storm Noru is strong enough to be considered an intense typhoon at category 3 and with sustained winds exceeding level 15 before it entered the East Sea this morning.
Amid threats of super storm Noru, the Central localities urgently mobilize officers, soldiers and means of rescuing, call for ships still operating at sea to promptly move to the shore and give temporary instructions for ship owners and fishermen to take shelter now, review unsafe places in the border areas to grasp the current situation to help residents strengthen their houses against possible damage and powerful winds and proactively evacuate residents in dangerous areas.