7 of 10 SINKING; Thailand: Bangkok floods hit eastern! Flooding worsens in east and north provinces! Cambodia: floods hit northwestern province!

Thailand SINKING:

/ Eastern flood easing, Bangkok rain continues to weekend. Flooding in the East is easing while evening rain in Bangkok and surrounding areas will continue until Saturday. /

/ City Hall has come under heavy criticism from the government which accused it of being too slow to drain water from streets and road s following heavy rain on Tuesday afternoon. Many Bangkokians were left frustrated in heavy traffic congestion following the downpour which placed several low-lying areas under water. "I don't want to criticise City Hall," said Royol Chitradol, flood monitoring panel chairman under the state-appointed Water and Flood Management Commission. "But we have told it [to improve the flood drainage facilities]. It did nothing, claiming the job in some areas belonged to the Highways Department." /

/ Flooding worsens in east and north. The flood situation in many provinces continues to be of concern, particularly in the eastern provinces. /

Thai language press  -

/ Hilton said the flooding in Bangkok from 1-10 cm soil subsidence annually accelerated rehabilitation canal to drain even more. Mr Deputy Marshal Brig General (from our partners) revealed that the causes of flooding in Bangkok because Bangkok is located on the ground floor and the lowlands. Is the average ground subsidence of 1-10 cm per year, and drainage. Including the natural flow of water from high to low. Which the rain fell during this time up to 100-130 mm rainfall caused flooding in low-lying areas from 15 to 20 cm, while the rising water level in the canal. and water on the road surface to drain slowly. Although the channel is already in the canal. The marshal said earlier, Mr. Pihit Rattakul the former Bangkok governor. I have a suggestion. Including improved drainage problems due to soil subsidence. Tho floating on the water. Water can not drain. Which is to improve the sewer system will require a massive budget so that our partners may choose a particular area of ​​impact only. /

Machine translate - "Bangkok floods because enumerating soil subsidence.
Including emergency flooding due to soil subsidence. No it does not drain. Thai PBS News."

Source: flood.gistda

Vietnam SINKING:

/ TP.HCM - In the past two days, the tide rise in city making people's lives turned upside down. News, News HOT day are continuously updated every hour in the News Today In Ho Chi Minh City, commonly affected areas of tides include Ben Phu Dinh Ward 16, District 8, Bui Huu Nghia, Xo Viet Nghe Tinh, QL13, Van Kiep (Binh Thanh), Luong Dinh (District 2), Huynh Tan Phat (District 7) ... 18h 19/9, the tide began to rise, many places in the area Ben Phu Dinh was severely flooded. Notably, the tides rise time devoted afternoon traffic in a number of local street congestion. /

Cambodia SINKING:

2012, 20 September - 2012, 20 August

/ 1,000 Cambodian families evacuated due to floods. Floods in Thailand plus the heavy rainfall in the region and make Poipet River overflowed. Nearly 1,000 families in the border province of Banteay Meanchey, northwestern Cambodia, on 19/9 had to be evacuated due to severe flooding /

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Thailand:

Eastern flood easing, Bangkok rain continues to weekend

BANGKOK, Sept 19 - Flooding in the East is easing while evening rain in Bangkok and surrounding areas will continue until Saturday.

Director Piphat Rueng-ngam of the water management operation centre, the National Water and Flood Management Policy said that floodwater keeps dropping.

Overflowing flood water is passing the Sa Kaeo provincial seat to Prachin Buri to the Bangprakong River and to the sea.

He said the volume of water at 500 cubic metres per second is not worrying as the Bangprakong River has sufficient capacity to hold the water, although it will affect people living along the river. The flood situation will return to normal within few days.

In Nakhon Pathom’s Bang Len district, on the other side of the capital, the water level is at the brim of the river banks and is dropping. The situation is likely to return to normal within two days.

In Bangkok, incessant heavy rain will continue until Saturday, he added.

National Disaster Warning Centre director Somsak Khaosuwan said that he is concerned about the eastern region of Thailand, Bangkok and its surrounding areas, where continuous rain falls from afternoon to evening and that repeated floods occur in low-lying areas, and where garbage-clogged sewers in properties are owned by companies and organisations. In such areas, he said, owners should dredge their sewers or alert appropriate authorities.

Landslide warnings have been issued in the eastern provinces of Sa Kaeo, Prachin Buri, Chanthaburi and Trat. Rainfall will decrease, he said, stating that the current flood is mainly related to heavy rainfall not to faulty water management.

http://www.pattayadailynews.com/en/2012/09/20/eastern-flood-easing-...

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Bangkok floods? Blame City Hall, says Govt

City Hall has come under heavy criticism from the government which accused it of being too slow to drain water from streets and road s following heavy rain on Tuesday afternoon.

Many Bangkokians were left frustrated in heavy traffic congestion following the downpour which placed several low-lying areas under water.

"I don't want to criticise City Hall," said Royol Chitradol, flood monitoring panel chairman under the state-appointed Water and Flood Management Commission. "But we have told it [to improve the flood drainage facilities]. It did nothing, claiming the job in some areas belonged to the Highways Department."

Mr Royol said drainage flaws could be found in sewers which were too small in front of the Army Club on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road and clogged drains at Sutthisan intersection which were hit hardest following Tuesday's rain.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) had boasted about giant underground tunnels it had built as storm drains, but water hardly flowed into them because the capital's landscape was mostly flat, he said.

He suggested City Hall use water-pushing machines in canals to help speed up drainage.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said the slow drainage might be caused by problems including garbage in sewers, clogged canals and the possibility that the underground tunnels might not work to their full capacity.

"We don't know their actual capacities because sometimes floodwater may not flow [into the tunnels]," she said.

Bangkok has seven drainage tunnels with diameters ranging from more than 3 metres to over 5m. The tunnels, built as the "expressway" for floodwaters in major city venues, were designed to drain 155.5 cubic metres of water per second.

To help improve the drainage in Bangkok, the prime minister said she had ordered the Corrections Department to mobilise prisoners to clear clogged sewers.

Department chief Suchart Wong-anantchai said he is preparing to recruit 2,000 inmates, with good behaviour, to carry out the cleaning.

Bangkok deputy governor Wallop Suwandee said up to 29 areas in the capital were flooded on Tuesday.

He argued, however, that most of the water had been drained from the roads in a few hours. But city officials admitted that there were still some flaws in Bangkok's drainage system.

They said although the water had been drained from city canals earlier to make room for floodwater, the heavy rainfall rapidly filled them, hampering the drainage of water.

They also said heavy rain now posed more of a flood threat to the city than run-off from the North.

This month's rainfall has been measured at 800 millimetres, half of which took place over the past four days, deputy Bangkok governor Teerachon Manomaiphibul said.

"The rain volume is now more than 100mm every day," he said.

Meanwhile, National Disaster Warning Centre director Somsak Khaosuwan predicted yesterday people in Bangkok and nearby provinces could expect more rain until Saturday.

http://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/learning-from-news/313197/bangk...

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10 cm soil subsidence year flood.

Hilton said the flooding in Bangkok from 1-10 cm soil subsidence annually accelerated rehabilitation canal to drain even more.

Mr Deputy Marshal Brig General (from our partners) revealed that the causes of flooding in Bangkok because Bangkok is located on the ground floor and the lowlands. Is the average ground subsidence of 1-10 cm per year, and drainage. Including the natural flow of water from high to low. Which the rain fell during this time up to 100-130 mm rainfall caused flooding in low-lying areas from 15 to 20 cm, while the rising water level in the canal. and water on the road surface to drain slowly. Although the channel is already in the canal.

The marshal said earlier, Mr. Pihit Rattakul the former Bangkok governor. I have a suggestion. Including improved drainage problems due to soil subsidence. Tho floating on the water. Water can not drain. Which is to improve the sewer system will require a massive budget so that our partners may choose a particular area of ​​impact only.

"In former plumbing drain. Bangkok has a lot boundary. When the settlement was made of clay pipes and collapsed under a undulate with the flow of water can not drain the rain water, however, there are several factors that need help. And do not forget that. Including the low-lying areas. It is likely that water will flood the cell, "said the marshal.

However, after this arrow will refresh the canal to be effective in increasing the water and make the water flow faster. Since the canal is less inclined to slow the flow of water.

Mr. Wallop Suwandee Deputy Bangkok. Said the drainage system. Bangkok floodgates and pumping stations and sewer tunnels. Bangkok is fully functional and it drains more than 97% progress in the canal and the canal and the water line to the fullest. However, because of the drainage system. Suites can accommodate a maximum rainfall of 60 mm over the length of time it takes to drain the water.

Mr Wallop said the deals will not watch the leaf fragments and scraps of plastic waste clogging the mesh's rainwater drainage and closure of Bangkok have been enjoined by the authorities to collect garbage in front of the grill. So the water flows up the tube.

posttoday.com

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Flooding worsens in east and north

The flood situation in many provinces continues to be of concern, particularly in the eastern provinces.

In Sa Kaew, flood water drained into the Prachin Buri River, which eventually overflowed and flooded the province's Kabin Buri district, affecting agricultural areas and homes.

In Sri Maha Pho district, residents have been forced to move their cars and motorcycles as well as pets to higher ground at the entrance to villages for fear that the flood water would keep on rising.

Some of the villagers have left their homes and are now staying on the road, which is causing problems for them.

Villagers at Tha Na market in Nakhon Pathom’s Nakhon Chaisi district, meanwhile, are filling sandbags for an additional flood protection dyke on top of the barrier along the Tha Chin River after the water overflowed into the municipality and the 100-year-old Tha Na market.

Local authorities are using pumps to drain floodwater into the Tha Chin River to protect paddy fields and orchards.

The Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department has reported that 15 provinces have been affected from the flood - Tak, Sukhothai, Pichit, Nakhon Sawan, Chai Nat, Ang Thong, Ayutthaya, Suphan Buri, Prachin Buri, Sa Kaew, Nakhon Pathom and Chaiyaphum, affecting more than 210,000 people.

Lampang governor Tawatchai Terdpaothai has announced five additional districts as disaster zones as a result of forest runoff and flash floods.

Twelve of Lampang's 13 districts of Lampang have now been declared disaster areas.

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/national/Flooding-worsens-in-east-a...

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Vietnam:

City: Life turned upside down because of high tides

(News) - In the past two days, the tide rise in city making people's lives turned upside down.

News, News HOT day are continuously updated every hour in the News Today

In Ho Chi Minh City, commonly affected areas of tides include Ben Phu Dinh Ward 16, District 8, Bui Huu Nghia, Xo Viet Nghe Tinh, QL13, Van Kiep (Binh Thanh), Luong Dinh (District 2), Huynh Tan Phat (District 7) ...

18h 19/9, the tide began to rise, many places in the area Ben Phu Dinh was severely flooded.
Notably, the tides rise time devoted afternoon traffic in a number of local street congestion.

Business life, the life of many people here have been turned upside down, seriously. Nguyen Thi Hoai An, a butcher in the way people Ben Phu Dinh said, every tide, the trade she's become very difficult. Ms. An uses the two words "slack" to talk about his carcass in the water tide.

City: Life turned upside down because of high tides, news of the day, high tides in Ho Chi Minh City, tide, tide, tide, flood tide, road flooding, traffic jams, tide forecasts, song sai gon, news, messaging, vn

Tide water entered houses

Nguyen Minh Tuan, a people living in the area also complained: "This road is often flooded by tidal water. This season, every month several times. Personal belongings of my house and the farmers around here have been greatly damaged by water. I know the city made a lot of anti-flooding projects, but do not understand why this area has flooded all the time due to high tides. "

At 860 alley way Xo Viet Nghe Tinh (peninsula area Thanh Da, Binh Thanh district), storm surge, flooding has the highest place to 0.5m people make difficult the circulation. To prevent flooding, many people have had to use sandbags, planks to prevent the water dirty doorstep.

Tide rushing into your home causing many people to wade in the bombing of his house. Outside the lines, tens of motor stalls due to traffic across the flooded area. Their droves took the car flow through sea water, places to knee.

City: Life turned upside down because of high tides, news of the day, high tides in Ho Chi Minh City, tide, tide, tide, flood tide, road flooding, traffic jams, tide forecasts, song sai gon, news, messaging, vn

City: Life turned upside down because of high tides, news of the day, high tides in Ho Chi Minh City, tide, tide, tide, flood tide, road flooding, traffic jams, tide forecasts, song sai gon, news, messaging, vn

Saigon streets flooded every high tide

According to the commander of flood and rescue Ho Chi Minh City, the court between January 9 at HCMC reached alarming III, the peak can be measured tidal level reached 1.5 meters at Phu An station on the river Saigon.

However, from today (20/9), the tide will decrease day by day. However, the flood of Ho Chi Minh City still require districts like Binh Thanh, Go Vap, Thu Duc, Hoc Mon, Cu Chi ... reinforced on the embankments crucial avoid risk of shore tank How widespread, immediately prepared plans to cope to prevent tidal surges, can be combined with the heavy rains, widespread flooding over the Ho Chi Minh City.

http://us.24h.com.vn/tin-tuc-trong-ngay/tphcm-cuoc-song-dao-lon-vi-...

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Cambodia:

 

1,000 Cambodian families evacuated due to floods

(VOV) - Floods in Thailand plus the heavy rainfall in the region and make Poipet River overflowed.

Nearly 1,000 families in the border province of Banteay Meanchey, northwestern Cambodia, on 19/9 had to be evacuated due to severe flooding

This is partly due to heavy rains in Thailand caused floods spill over the border into Cambodia. From Thailand floods plus heavy rain in the region causing water the Poipet overflowed river. According to the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology of Cambodia, flooding continues in 4-5 days.

People in flood areas have been evacuated to temporary shelter at a fruit and vegetable market located about 200m from the border with Thailand.

One villager said: "Floods caused my family life more difficult than ever. Flood houses, washed away all. My biggest dream now is to quickly get rid of this situation. "

Cambodian Disaster Management Agency, 2011, severe flooding in the provinces of Siem Reap along the Mekong River and killed 250 people and affected nearly 500,000 families. Nearly 1/5 of rice destroyed. /.

http://vov.vn/The-gioi/Gan-1000-gia-dinh-Campuchia-so-tan-do-lu-lut...

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