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BANGKOK, 31 October 2011 -The flood level in Don Mueang Airport is now at 2 meters deep while the water on Vibhavadi Rangsit road has reportedly moved up to Lak…
BANGKOK, 30 October 2011  – Most city people find the military more efficient than the government when it comes to assisting flood victims, according to the latest survey by Suan…
NARATHIWAT, 30 October 2011 -Residents of Pattani, Narathiwat, and Yala Provinces on Saturday donated 200 bamboo rafts they have built along with 10 thousand bottles of drinking water and other…
BANGKOK, 31 October 2011 -Chon Buri Provincial Office Information Officer, Kanyarat Kiettisupa, has reported that the province’s evacuation centers at the Athlete Institute in Mueang District has been inundated with…
BANGKOK, 30 October 2011 -The Department of Disease Control encourage flood evacuees to inform authorities in charge if they are sick as over 5-10 % of flood victims have reportedly…
BANGKOK, 30 October 2011 -Lat Phrao District Director, Bopit Sangkaew, yesterday instructed the district officials to be on the lookout for the water level in Lat Phrrao Canal, urging them…
BANGKOK, 30 October 2011 -The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has already closed 10 flood evacuee centers which are located in 4 heavily inundated areas, prompting the transfer of 406 evacuees…

Pattaya packed with flood evacuees

Monday, 31 October 2011 By NNT
BANGKOK, 31 October 2011  - Pattaya beach resort is crowded with flood-affected citizens fleeing to the East.
BANGKOK, Oct 30 – Bangkok governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra on Sunday warned residents of Taling Chan district to be prepared for evacuation after the water continues to rise.
BANGKOK, Oct 30 – As flooding continues in the capital, a poll found that 74.9% of Bangkok residents said the operations of the government and state agencies to help flood…

Govt & Navy ready for mass evacuation

Monday, 31 October 2011 By NNT
BANGKOK, 30 October 2011  – The Transport Ministry and the Royal Thai Navy have prepared plans for a mass evacuation in case the flooding in Bangkok has turned rampant and…
BANGKOK, 31 October 2011 -Prime Minister Yingluck Shinnawatra expressed her beliefs that after tomorrow the flooding situation will start to ease, provided that there are no major downpours or rising…
Prof. Tongthong Chantarangsu, FROC Spokesperson, updated the general public on the current flood situation. Today, the FROC issued announcement No.11/2554, advising residents near Klong Premprachakorn to monitor the flood situation…
BANGKOK, 29 October 2011 -Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra expressed her belief that the flood levels in Bangkok will decrease after the sea tide, which is expected to rise in two…
BANGKOK, 29 October 2011  – The Metropolitan Waterworks Authority has lowered its tap water supply to Nonthaburi, Samut Prakan and Thonburi as floodwater has impaired the quality of raw water…
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