Typhoon Molave leaves 2 dead, heavy damage in Quang Ngai

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By this morning, two people have been died and dozens have been missing in Quang Ngai Province due to the most intense storm of 2020 Molave.

 Typhoon Molave leaves 2 dead, heavy damage in Quang Ngai

Meantime, Quang Nam Province have suffered mountain-slide and traffic congestion. Many vehicles have slowly gone on National Highway No.1 at the section from Khanh Hoa to Phu Yen. 

Typhoon Molave leaves 2 dead, heavy damage in Quang Ngai  ảnh 1 Many vehicles have slowly gone on National Highway No.1 at the section from Khanh Hoa to Phu Yen
Typhoon Molave leaves 2 dead, heavy damage in Quang Ngai  ảnh 2 Quang Nam Province have suffered mountain-slide and traffic congestion
According to Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong, Molave brought gale-force winds along with persistent downpours to provinces between Quang Nam and Quang Ngai including the northern part of Binh Dinh Province. 
At the moment, 45,000 small- large body vessels anchored at safe areas.

Additionally, around 400,000 people had been evacuated from their houses before the worst tropical storm lashed the Central coastline.
Two naval ships and two vessel of fisheries surveillance have been in charge of rescuing two fishing boats of Binh Dinh Province with 26 fishermen swallowed by big waves. 

Deadly storm has left 440 communes without power in Phu Yen, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai and Thua Thien- Hue provinces. 

Amid the current complicated weather condition, the Central Highlands provinces of Kontum and Gia Lai allowed all pupils and students to be absent from their schools on October 28 and 29. 

Typhoon Molave leaves 2 dead, heavy damage in Quang Ngai  ảnh 3 Mountain-slide in Tra Mai Commune
As of this morning, flooding, mountain-slides and traffic congestion following torrential persistent downpours and gale-force winds have occurred in Nam Tra My District and Tra Mai Commune in Quang Nam Province. 
In next several hours, the deadly storm is expected to continue to trigger blustery winds before weakening into a tropical depression.
It is necessary to perform evacuation plans and consolidate reservoirs, specially ensuring absolutely safety for people and vessels to ultimately minimize the probable damage.
Video about the current weather condition from storm Molave in the Central provinces:



By staff writers- Translated by Huyen Huong

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