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Dammbruch in Burma und Hochwasser in Thailands Norden ???

Erstellt von Andichan, 13.08.2008, 11:22 Uhr · 36 Antworten · 4.730 Aufrufe

  1. #21
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    Re: Dammbruch in Burma und Hochwasser in Thailands Norden ??

    meine bakannten aus nonkai haben keine probleme. ihr haus ist in der nähe des grenzüberganges (wenn man aus der stadt kommt gehts rechts zur grenze und sie wohnen links)

    allerdings wohnen die armen weiter untem am fluß, die haben wohl wasser

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  3. #22
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    Polizei verteilt Nahrungsmittel

    Police provide food to help flood victims
    Royal Thai Police on Saturday released more than 10 trucks carrying drinking water and dried foodstufsf to assist flood victims in six northern and northeastern provinces as the water level in the Mekong River starts receding in some areas.

    The material aid for the six provinces, including the northernmost province of Chiang Rai -- which hold a by-election Sunday, came after an order by Interior and Deputy Prime Minister Pol. Gen. Kowit Wattana to governors of flood-hit provinces to offer care to victims.

    Gen. Kowit also said his ministry would also distribute rice seedlings to affected farmers and distribute cash to help flood victims.

    Flood victims in two districts of Chiang Rai also on Saturday received 2,000 sets of relief aid from His Majesty the King.

    In Nong Khai province bordering Laos, the water level in the Mekong River receded slightly, while municipaiity workers started pumping out floodwater which is nearly one metre high in some areas.

    Border police traveled in flat-bottomed boats gave help to fish farmers in Nong Khai's Tha Bo district. More than 200 fish ponds in the district had already been damaged.

    More than 200,000 rai of farmland in Nakhon Phanom is still inundated, causing hardship to nearly 30,000 village houses.

    Villagers had to place sandbags to prevent floodwater flowing down from Nong Khai from reaching the province.

    Although the water level in the Mekong River remained steady in Mukdahan province, two of its districts were still under severe flood.(TNA)
    Bangkok Post

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    Das groebste ist wohl vorbei. Die Flut geht zurueck.

    Flood recedes in Nong Khai
    The water level in the Mekong River in the northeastern province of Nong Khai has begun to recede, as the crest of the annual Mekong River floods has dropped to near the safe level.

    According to the local hydrology centre, the water level in the Mekong River decreased significantly to 13.29 metres, nearing the safe level of 13.20 metres.

    The flood situation in Nong Khai municipality has improved and small vehicles are able now to pass roads which were still flooded Saturday.

    The local authorities are draining water from the municipality area. (TNA)
    Bangkok Post

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    Das schlimmste ist wohl noch nicht vorbei. Das naechste Hochwasser ist im Anmarsch.
    8 northern, northeastern provinces warned of flash floods


    The Meteorological Department Wednesday warned residents of eight northern and northeastern provinces to brace themselves for heavy rains and possible flash floods.

    In its daily forecast issued at 4 am, the department said the influence of the lower pressure ridge over the two regions coupled with the influence of southwest monsoon over the Andaman and Gulf of Thailand would cause heavy rains in the upper part of Thailand.

    The eight provinces of Chiang Rai, Nan, Phrae, Uttaradit, Phetchabun, Chaiyaphum, Nong Khai, and Nakhon Phanom would be hardest hit by rains and flash floods may occur, the department said.

    It added that about 60 per cent of Bangkok areas could be hit by rains.
    The Nation

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    Re: Dammbruch in Burma und Hochwasser in Thailands Norden ??

    hallo zusammen.
    ich komme gerade aus chiang rai,war 3 wochen vor ort.
    also die ersten 8 tage strömender regen fast ohne unterbrechung.
    seit19 jahren thailand urlaub,sowas habe ich noch nicht gesehen.

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    Das nimmt kein Ende...

    North, Northeastern provinces hit by floods
    The northeastern province of Chaiyaphum has been hit by flood while rehabilitation work continues in flood hit areas in the northern province of Chiang Rai.

    In Chaiyaphum, the municipality has been flooded after overnight rains, and local authorities have installed pumps to drain water out of the flooded area.

    Mayor Bunyong Kiertkongchuchai of Chaiyaphum municipality said the flooding was made worse by garbage clogged sewers and drainage. He added that the center was set up to monitor the situation around the clock.

    Flooding in Chiang Rai's Chiang Saen district receded on Tuesday and a unit of some 200 soldiers helped repair flood-damaged homes.

    Local authorities have been monitoring the water level in an area reservoir as rain continues in the area. A portion of the highway, connecting Chiang Khong and Chiang Saen districts were cut off. (TNA)
    Bangkok Post

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    Re: Dammbruch in Burma und Hochwasser in Thailands Norden ??

    Ich habe gestern und heute nochmal gegoogelt und bei einschlägigen Quellen nachgeschaut, aber über eine neuerliche Überschwemmung in Chaiyaphum nichts gefunden, kann aber keinen Augenzeugen fragen. Hatte vor einer Woche in einem anderen Forum zu Bildern verlinkt, wo man sehen konnte, dass viele Strassen einen halben Meter unter Wasser waren, und zwar am 18. und 19. August. Merkwürdig, was die unter breaking news verstehen.

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    Ich haenge es einfach hier ran

    7 provinces warned of flash floods


    The Meteorological Department Monday warned residents of seven provinces to brace themselves for heavy rains and possible flash floods.

    They are Chiang Rai, Phetchabun, Khon Kaen, Chaiyaphum, Phang Nga, Phuket and Krabi.

    In its morning forecast issued at 4 am, the department said the seven provinces could be hit by flash floods Monday and Tuesday.

    It said the low pressure ridge over the central, eastern and lower northeastern regions coupled with the influence of the southwest monsoon would trigger heavy rains in the province.

    The department said rains could fall in 60 per cent of Bangkok areas.
    The Nation

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    sieht ja schlimm aus
    Mekong may overflow second time
    By The Nation
    Published on September 9, 2008

    The Water Resources Department issued a warning yesterday that the Mekong River would overflow for a second time this year, while the Meteorological Department has told residents of seven provinces to brace themselves for heavy rains and possible flash floods.


    Meanwhile, the body of 61-year-old On Intiya, who was swept away in the recent flash floods in Huai Thanu village in Nan's Tha Wang Pha district, was found floating in

    the Nan River early yesterday. Her son Wang Nongkaew identified the body.

    Chief of the Water Resources Department Boontham Sirichai said water levels in the Mae Sai River were expected to rise over the next two days due to heavy rains in Burma. This, in turn, would increase water levels in the Mekong River, which had flooded Chiang Rai, Nong Khai, Nakhon Phanom and Mukdahan early last month, he said.

    Boontham said his office had sent 12,500 litres of drinking water and a mobile system to produce clean water to the devastated Huai Thanu village. In addition, officials also

    cleaned 80 shallow wells that were damaged by floods.

    In its morning forecast, the Meteorological Department warned residents in Chiang Rai, Phetchabun, Khon Kaen, Chaiyaphum, Phang Nga, Phuket and Krabi to be prepared for flash floods yesterday and today.

    It said the low-pressure ridge over the central, eastern and lower-northeastern regions, coupled with the influence of the southwest monsoon, would trigger heavy rain in the provinces. The department also said 60 per cent of Bangkok would be

    rained upon.

    In Mae Hong Son, Pai district chief Weerasak Sirisith said many areas in his district were inundated, with many roads being damaged and some even made impassable.

    He said authorities were making sure all riverside guesthouses remained closed to ensure tourists' safety. They have been closed for a month now.
    Nation

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    Mekong may overflow second time
    By The Nation
    Published on September 9, 2008

    The Water Resources Department issued a warning yesterday that the Mekong River would overflow for a second time this year, while the Meteorological Department has told residents of seven provinces to brace themselves for heavy rains and possible flash floods.


    Meanwhile, the body of 61-year-old On Intiya, who was swept away in the recent flash floods in Huai Thanu village in Nan's Tha Wang Pha district, was found floating in

    the Nan River early yesterday. Her son Wang Nongkaew identified the body.

    Chief of the Water Resources Department Boontham Sirichai said water levels in the Mae Sai River were expected to rise over the next two days due to heavy rains in Burma. This, in turn, would increase water levels in the Mekong River, which had flooded Chiang Rai, Nong Khai, Nakhon Phanom and Mukdahan early last month, he said.

    Boontham said his office had sent 12,500 litres of drinking water and a mobile system to produce clean water to the devastated Huai Thanu village. In addition, officials also

    cleaned 80 shallow wells that were damaged by floods.

    In its morning forecast, the Meteorological Department warned residents in Chiang Rai, Phetchabun, Khon Kaen, Chaiyaphum, Phang Nga, Phuket and Krabi to be prepared for flash floods yesterday and today.

    It said the low-pressure ridge over the central, eastern and lower-northeastern regions, coupled with the influence of the southwest monsoon, would trigger heavy rain in the provinces. The department also said 60 per cent of Bangkok would be

    rained upon.

    In Mae Hong Son, Pai district chief Weerasak Sirisith said many areas in his district were inundated, with many roads being damaged and some even made impassable.

    He said authorities were making sure all riverside guesthouses remained closed to ensure tourists' safety. They have been closed for a month now.
    Nation

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