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Over 250,000 families affected by floods in South

Over 250,000 families affected by floods in South

Massive floods from Monday to Saturday have affected more than 256,000 families in 10 Southern provinces, the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department announced. Chayapol Thitisak, director general of the department,…

Continuous rains add more hardship to people in flood-stricken areas

Continuous rains add more hardship to people in flood-stricken areas

Continuous rains in several southern provinces last night and this morning have deteriorated the flooding situation now in the South and caused more trouble to flood victims. Songkhla province was…

PM to inspect flood situation next week

PM to inspect flood situation next week

As southern residents grew concerned over possible new round of floodings this week amid more rain forecast in the region, the prime minister has scheduled to inspect flood situation in…

Devastating flooding in South to cost over 100 billion

Devastating flooding in South to cost over 100 billion

Thai Chamber of Commerce estimated flood impacts to cost over 100 billion baht if it prolong. Wichai Assarassakorn, deputy chairman of the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, stated…

Flood waters begin to subside in the South

Flood waters begin to subside in the South

Rescue units have started a rehabilitation process as floods have begun to subside in many provinces in the South of Thailand. In Trang, essential items and hot food have been…

Troops sent to help southern flood victims as Nakhon Si Thammarat airport closed for 2 more days

Troops sent to help southern flood victims as Nakhon Si Thammarat airport closed for 2 more days

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has ordered troops to be sent to southern provinces to help flood victims, Army spokesman Colonel Winthai Suvaree disclosed on Saturday. About 4,000 troops, 122 trucks…