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Hue City hardest hit by flooding

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Since early October, a long section of central Vietnam, from Quang Binh Province to Quang Nam Province have had to succumb to the ravages of fierce storms and catastrophic floods. The imperial city of Hue in Thua Thien-Hue Province was among the most vulnerable. The water level was even higher than the 1999 flood, the highest of all time. Thousands of hectares of agricultural land and fish farms were damaged.

Although floodwater has gradually subsided, traffic in some places in Hue are still blocked by inundation. Many local residents faced starvation. Benefactors, especially those from the south, have kept arriving in flooded areas to provide inhabitants with food, drinks and other necessities.

Boats become a common means of transport these days

A section of the bank of the Huong (Perfume) River

Old people are evacuated to higher places

A man put his son in a floatable box

A woman and her child use a boat to move on the city’s Phan Dinh Phung Street

Members of a family in Bao Vinh Ancient Town, which is among the spots in Hue submerged deepest in water

Benefactors arriving with their instant noodles and other snacks for flood-hit areas

By Hieu Truong

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