Torrential rain and whirlwind have damaged many houses and uprooted trees in the central provinces of Nghe An and Ha Tinh.
According to Trinh Xuan Thanh, chairman of Huong Xuan Commune People’s Committee in Huong Khe District, dozens of local houses had their roof swept away by the rain and strong wind which lasted for an hour on the afternoon of Monday.
Most of the affected households are in Phu Huong 2, Phu Huong 1, Tan Phu and Truong Son villages. Lots of trees in the commune were also uprooted.
After the rain, local authorities worked with people to deal with the consequence.
Meanwhile, on the same day, residents in Nghe An Province’s two mountainous districts of Ky Son and Que Phong faced hail and strong wind. As a result, 11 houses in Ky Son were ruined and many trees
In Que Phong District, many trees along National Highway 48 were also uprooted, cutting power.
The National Centre for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting has forecasted that many localities in the northern region and the northern central provinces of Thanh Hoa, Nghe An and Ha Tinh will experience
rains along with strong wind and hail.
This weather will last until May 22.
Houses seriously damaged after the rain
The rain and strong wind uprooted many trees