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Flooding continues in Northeastern Thailand; Roi Et, Ubon Ratchathani hit especially hard

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Flooded street during Thailand floods in November 2011

Flooded street during Thailand floods in November 2011. Photo: EU/ECHO/Mathias Eick.

A large number of households and farming areas in the Northeastern Thai province of Roi-et are now flooded after concrete barriers in Nong Hin Village of Panomprai District were torn down by strong currents, the Thai-language daily Thai Rath reported yesterday (Sept 7, 2019).

A three-kilometer-long section of Highway No.502 linking the northeastern provinces of Nakhon Ratchasima and Yasothon was also damaged.

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By Adam Judd
The Pattaya News. Source: Thai rath, Thai residents.

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