People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims

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Consecutive storms with heavy rains causing serious floods and landslides have hit the central region. As of October 24 evening, the natural disaster killed 119 lives, and left 21 others missing, destroyed thousands of houses and caused a big loss of property of local residents.

Tens of thousands of houses are submerged underwater after heavy flooding in Le Thuy District in Quang Binh Province. Fishermen of fishing villages in Ngu Thuy Commune sail their boats to rescue local people.

Tens of thousands of houses are submerged underwater after heavy flooding in Le Thuy District in Quang Binh Province. Fishermen of fishing villages in Ngu Thuy Commune sail their boats to rescue local people.

Many local and international organizations have handed over donations of cash and goods to help flood victims in the central region.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 1 People save their livestock in Quang Binh Province.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 2 Parents clean their children’s books after floodwater recedes.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 3 A police officer carries a child with a broken arm to leave a flood-hit area in Quang Binh Province.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 4 Military officials help clean Cam Vinh Commune’s health station in Ha Tinh Province’s Cam Xuyen District.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 5 Rescuers save a local people from rooftop of his house in Quang Binh Province.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 6 Teachers clean a school flooded with mud after historic floods in Ha Tinh Province’s Cam Xuyen District.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 7 A resident prepares relief goods to send to Le Thuy District in Quang Binh that is one of the most heavily flooded areas in the central region.
People nationwide extends solidarity with flood victims ảnh 8 Many local and international organizations nationwide transport relief goods to help flood victims in the central region.

By staff writers – Translated by Kim Khanh

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