Tag Archives: Thai Floods 2010

Thailand Floods Leave 200 Dead

BANGKOK: Severe flooding in Thailand has left at least 200 people dead over the past month, the authorities have said. The government estimates that 7.8 million people have been affected, mainly in the northeast and south, with homes submerged and

Troops Try to Reach Flood Victims

Thai troops are trying to reach tens of thousands of people stranded by flooding in a major city in the south of the country. Authorities say they should be able to reach everyone who is stranded by the worst flooding

Floods Strand 1,000’s in Thai Cities

BANGKOK, Tuesday 2 November 2010 (AFP) – Flash floods, several metres deep in places, have swept through a major city in southern Thailand, stranding about 100,000 residents, officials said Tuesday. Heavy flooding has already killed more than 100 people in

Bangkok Threatened by Floods

The death toll from flooding in Thailand climbed to 32 on Saturday as rising waters hit more areas of the kingdom and threatened to swamp parts of the capital. Victims were swept to their deaths or killed in accidents as

Flash floods kill seven in Thailand

BANGKOK (AFP) – The worst floods in decades in Thailand’s rural northeast have killed at least seven people and damaged homes, businesses and swathes of farmland, officials said Tuesday. In worst-hit Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand’s biggest province, three people died and