Floods in Galyani Vadhana Destroy Farms and Omkoi Flood Defenses at Breaking Point

PUBLISHED ON TUE, AUG 1, 2017 5:58 PM

Floods in Galyani Vadhana Destroy Farms and Omkoi Flood Defenses at Breaking Point

by CityNews

 

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CityNews – The tropical depression Sonca has affected Galyani Vadhana district the most over the last few days, resulting in a flash flood and mudslides that have devastated farmlands and homes in the area.

 

It has been reported that since July 30, many areas in the district have faced continuous rain from the Sonca tropical storm. The sub-district of Mae Dad faced flash flooding that destroyed rice fields and other plantations, with the flood water further destroying a bridge in Sob Mae Dad Luang village.

 

Full Story: http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/floods-in-galyani-vadhana-destroy-farms-and-omkoi-flood-defenses-at-breaking-point/

 
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