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Envoyé : lundi 22 avril 2019 07:44
À : Corentin Decaen <email@example.com>
Objet : RSOE EDIS – Event Report – Extreme Weather : [Greater Chiang Mai region] Chiang Mai Province, Thailand, Asia
Importance : Haute
RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, Budapest, Hungary
April 22nd 2019 05:42 AM – Extreme Weather – ST-20190422-67578-THA
Up to 1,000 homes were damaged by gusty winds and storm cells over the weekend around Chiang Mai. Ten districts were blacked out for several hours when a freak rain storm struck on Saturday, ripping off the roofs of homes and flinging debris around the districts. According to the provincial public disaster prevention and mitigation office, the worst-hit district was Hang Don where many houses had their roofs blown off by the gale-force wind which also downed many power poles causing power outage which lasted for several hours. About a dozen cars also sustained damage from flying debris. Water and power supplies, cut off for many during the storm, were restored later on Saturday evening. Construction materials such as roof tiles and corrugated iron sheeting have been sent by the office to the affected areas to affect immediate repairs pending detailed assessments of the damages. The Third Army Region has set up a mobile kitchen at the municipal office of Tambon Nong Kwai to provide free food to the victims on the request of His Majesty the King.
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