(VOV) - Severe overnight storms brought street flooding on the morning of October 14 in the central city of Hue.
Floods caused by torrential rains over the past few days killed four people in the central province of Nghe An as of September 21, the provincial Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Search-and-Rescue reported.
A torrential rain began on late September 15 afternoon in Ho Chi Minh City and lasted well into the night, submerging many areas beneath up to over one meter of water, blocking traffic and causing numerous vehicles to break down.
(VOV) - Many streets in Hanoi were heavily inundated leading to a traffic congestion after a downpour at 6am on September 8.
More torrential rain, forecast to be equivalent to or even stronger than the record extensive downpour in July 1986, will hit the northern delta region from July 31 night to the end of August 8 with estimated rainfall of up to 300-400mm.
Fifteen people died and another seven were missing in torrential rain that lasted for three days in northern Quang Ninh province.
(VOV) -The historical rainfall in 40 years, measuring nearly 700mmm struck Quang Ninh province on July 27 and 28 caused 8 deaths and 6 people missing.
(VOV) -Torrential rains in the aftermath of typhoon Rammasun continue to result in severe flooding in the northern border province of Lang Son, submerging many houses and disrupting people’s lives.
(VOV) -Hanoi residents are grappling with the inconveniences arising from the heavy rains accompanying tropical storm No. 5.
Heavy downpours on April 13, which lasted for two hours, flooded 56 streets and roads in Ho Chi Minh City, causing traffic chaos.