Torrential rains cause landslides in Northwestern localities

Torrential rains cause landslides in Northwestern localities

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.  
Localities nationwide need to prevent downpour-triggered flash floods, landslide

Localities nationwide need to prevent downpour-triggered flash floods, landslide

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.
Typhoon Rai causes landslides in Central localities

Typhoon Rai causes landslides in Central localities

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. 
Floodwaters isolate over 10,000 houses in Central region

Floodwaters isolate over 10,000 houses in Central region

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. 
NH 26 landslides block traffic through Khanh Hoa, Dak Lak provinces

NH 26 landslides block traffic through Khanh Hoa, Dak Lak provinces

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. 
16 out of 53 victims found dead in Quang Nam landslides

16 out of 53 victims found dead in Quang Nam landslides

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.