***Haiphong: VND400 billion in property damage
The storm, the eighth of its kind, has left two dead and missing, and nine others injured with estimated property damage of VND400 billion.
After the storm was over, the Haiphong City People’s Committee has sent delegations to help local people stabilize their lives and quickly restore production activities.
*** Thai Binh: total property damage estimated at VND1,400 billion
According to initial statistics, the storm has left 3 dead, and 29 others injured. It has seriously ruined crops and damaged irrigation, transport and telecommunications facilities. Total property damage is estimated at VND1,400 billion.
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat has urged local authorities to help people overcome the consequences of the storm and restore production as early as possible.
*** Hoa Binh: claiming VND24 billion damage
According to the Hoa Binh provincial Committee for Flood and Storm Prevention and Control, the storm No8 has ruined 629 hectares of subsidiary and fruit crops, blown away the roofs of 56 houses and devastated one floating bridge, at an estimated cost of VND24 billion in property loss.
*** Thanh Hoa: overcoming storm consequences
The storm has destroyed 3 houses, torn off the roofs of 2,172 houses, submerged more than 7,200 hectares of winter crops and 1,000 hectares of aquaculture, and sunk two boats.
Property damage is estimated at VND257 billion.
The province has sent 10 tonnes of rice in relief aid to people in mountainous and other isolated areas.
***Hai Duong: thousands of hectares of rice and subsidiary crops in ruins
The storm has left one dead, injured four others, blown away the roofs of 221 houses and destroyed thousands of hectares of rice and subsidiary crops.
***Nam Dinh: thousands of electric poles collapsed
Although the storm No8 was over, many people in Nam Dinh province have not yet resumed their normal lives.
Two have been killed and three others injured. Thousands hectares of crops and aquaculture have seriously been damaged and thousands of electric poles have collapsed.