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Philippines Floods (September 2011)

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Sep, 2011

Description:

Massive Flooding hit Philippine Capital on Tuesday as typhoon winds and rains isolated the historic old city where residents waded in waist-deep waters dodging tree branches and debris. At least seven people were killed

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Philippines,  Floods

Thai Floods

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Oct, 2011

Description:

At least 224 people have died in flooding in Thailand since mid-July and water has inundated the 400-year-old Chai Wattanaram temple in the ancient city of Ayutthaya, a World Heritage Site, officials said.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Floods ,  Thailand

Pakistan floods ( 2011)

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Sep, 2011

Description:

The monsoon rains in Sindh province (Sept 2011), in southeastern Pakistan, have submerged more than 4.5 million acres of farming land, damaging an estimated 80% of cash crops. At least 5.5 million people have so far been affected, with more than 200 dead.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Floods ,  Pakistan

China Floods

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Sep, 2011

Description:

FLOODING rains that have swept across China in recent weeks have left more than 100 people dead or missing and displaced upwards of 1.5 million, with further bad weather expected. The rising waters have affected more than six million Chinese, and the authorities are continuing massive rescue and airlift operations.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Floods ,  China

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