Storm Molave ravages central coastal provinces
Binh Dinh, Quang Ngai promptly deal with storm Molave
Binh Dinh Province bans all vessels going out to sea (Photo: Cong Cuong)
The Binh Dinh Provincial Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, Search and Rescue reported that more than 15300 households with nearly 65000 residents need to be evacuated from dangerous areas.
It is necessary to consolidate around 30 damaged and unsafe reservoirs in order to prevent from risk of double floods.
The Binh Dinh Provincial Military Command also mobilized 1912 soldiers, four motorized-boats, 165 outdoor tents, 3675 life jackets and specialized means for rescue activities and evacuation plan.
Currently, around 4332 hectares of paddy fields and thousands of aquaculture farms have been in chance of being destroyed by storm Molave.
As of yesterday afternoon, the Department of Education and Training of Quang Ngai Province allowed all pupils to be stayed at home until October 29 to avoid storm Molave.
By staff writer- Translated by Huyen Huong
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