Flooding in Hang Dong Receding

PUBLISHED ON FRI, OCT 13, 2017 12:23 AM

Flooding in Hang Dong Receding

by CityNews

 

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CityNews – The flash flooding in Hang Dong is beginning to recede with authorities responding to the scene since early this morning.

 

The flash floods that reportedly came from Mae Tha Chang’s river in Samoeng around 4am this morning, October 12th caused flooding of between 30 cm and 1metre in depth across Hang Dong areas. The areas that were affected by the floods include Nam Phrae, Chang Kam, Ban Pong, Khun Khong (Ban Tawai), Ban Waen, Nong Kaeo. The Chiang Mai – Hot Road was blocked and people were unable to traverse the deep water, forcing all traffic to use the canal road instead.

 

Full Story: http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/flooding-hang-dong-begins-disperse/

 
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