Typhoons, cyclones, and the next flood raged, causing many provinces from Nghe An to Quang Binh to sink in the sea.
>>>Central Vietnam flooded in flood
Ngan Truoi river water in Ha Tinh quickly spills over the road.(Photo: TXB)
Water deep in many streets of Ha Tinh city.(Photo: TXB)
The suspension bridge of Hoa Thanh commune (Quang Binh) collapsed.(Photo: Quang Binh Newspaper)
Quang Binh police and rescue forces are deployed to help people.(Photo: HB)
Previous QL12A of Minh Cam Post Office (Phong Hoa commune, Tuyen Hoa district, Quang Binh).(Photo: MH)
A car stuck in the flood.(Photo: Quang Binh Newspaper)
Ba Khe Dam (Nghe An) discharges floodwaters, leaving dozens of houses downstream in the country.
People use rubber boats to move in Ha Tinh city.
Hundreds of houses in Vu Quang (Ha Tinh) were flooded.
According to statistics, there are up to 4,000 households in the communes of Vu Quang district (Ha Tinh) completely isolated by flood water.
The people were submerged in flood water in Tuyen Hoa district (Quang Binh).
Rising floodwaters caused people's daily lives to turn upside down.