Communities around the Chao Phraya River see more flooding

Around Thailand, riverside communities have been plagued with flooding as the high tides have raised water ranges on the Chao Phraya River. In Nonthaburi and Pathum Thani, there are no floodwalls and residents are being warned towards attainable flooding once more right now. The Chao Phraya River will doubtless attain its highest degree of the 12 months with today’s excessive tide, bringing flooding to neighbourhoods alongside the river, based on the City Administration’s Department of Drainage and Sewerage.
In Pathum Thani, flooding has affected some neighbourhoods for over a week, with residents moving their valuables to higher ground and a lot of across the Plubsutthavat Temple have moved to the second story of their homes as the decrease ranges are flooded.
In Nonthaburi, the municipality offered sandbags to the residents to construct a makeshift flood wall, but the floodwaters have overwhelmed the sandbags and the water ranges in some subdistricts is still rising each day.
More water is scheduled to be discharged from the Mae Klong Dam, placing low-lying areas in Ratchaburi and Samut Songkram provinces at risk of more flooding. The irrigation office there has warned residents of the realm to prepare, notably within the Ampawa district of Samut Songkhram and the Kung Namwon and See Muen sub-districts of Ratchaburi as the Mae Klong River overflowed due to the excessive tides.
In Ang Track record are starting to subside, but 5 of the 38 villages within the province are still underwater. Irrigation officials have suspended operations on an excavation to remove excess water from the Bang Sala canal after villagers clashed over fears that the road could collapse from the heavy equipment in operation.
Meanwhile, yesterday Mae Klong Damvisited Uthai Thani with other officials to survey flooding in the province. The authorities officials additionally discussed the way to deliver aid to flood victims. The overflowing of the Chao Phraya and Sakaekrang rivers has left the Muang, Swang Arom and Taptun districts underwater since late September..

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