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Latest Report : Flood and Landslide in Vietnam on 09 June, 2024 see detail

  • Disaster Type: Flood and Landslide
  • Country: Vietnam
  • Occurrence Date (UTC): 09 June, 2024
  • SA activation Date(UTC): 10 June, 2024
  • Requester: Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE)
  • Escalation to the International Charter: No
  • GLIDE Number: FL-2024-000089-VNM

Disaster Situation

https://vietnamnet.vn/en/heavy-rains-in-northern-vietnam-cause-landslides-and-flooding-2289941.html
From the night of June 8 to the early morning of June 9, there was prolonged heavy rain in Quang Ninh province and Hai Phong city, causing widespread flooding in many places, with a potential risk of landslides. Unprecedented heavy rain in the past 10 years caused widespread flooding in Hai Phong and Quang Ninh.

Latest Report : Flood in Bangladesh on 01 June, 2024 see detail

  • Disaster Type: Flood
  • Country: Bangladesh
  • Occurrence Date (UTC): 01 June, 2024
  • SA activation Date(UTC): 03 June, 2024
  • Requester: Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB)
  • Escalation to the International Charter: No
  • GLIDE Number: FL-2024-000088-BGD

Latest Report : Heavy Rains by Cyclone in India on 27 May, 2024 see detail

  • Disaster Type: Storm
  • Country: India
  • Occurrence Date (UTC): 27 May, 2024
  • SA activation Date(UTC): 29 May, 2024
  • Requester: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
  • Escalation to the International Charter: No
  • GLIDE Number: TC-2024-000083-IND

Disaster Situation

Coastal areas of West Bengal suffered extensive damage to infrastructure and property, as Cyclone Remal tore through the state and neighbouring Bangladesh with winds speeds reaching 135 km per hour, officials said Monday. After tearing through the coasts of Bangladesh and West Bengal, Cyclone Remal left a trail of destruction with pictures of devastation becoming evident across the state's coastal areas, with extensive damage to infrastructure and property, soon after daybreak on Monday. Roofs of thatched huts were blown away, uprooted trees blocked roads in Kolkata as well as in the coastal districts, and electricity poles were knocked down causing significant power disruption in various parts of the state, including in the city's outskirts, the officials said.
(Source: https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/cyclone-remal-2-dead-as-cyclone-remal-tears-through-bengal-heavy-rain-to-continue-5755577 )