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Many areas of Thailand have experienced heavy rain and flash flooding since monsoon season began on Friday. Yesterday, two hours of continuous heavy rain caused flash flooding in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeast Thailand. A pottery village in Chok Chai district experienced the heaviest flooding to occur in 10 years. Hook 31 Rescue Team deployed boats to evacuate villagers and their pets from more than 50 flooded houses in Dan Kwian Village, the province’s biggest pottery village. After two hours of continuous heavy rain, runoff water from a cassava plantation flowed down into the village causing flooding and strong currents. The […]

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