Floods and heavy rains triggered in Thailand 150 dead
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Floods and heavy rains triggered in Thailand 150 dead

Chiang Mai : Thailand | Sep 24, 2011 at 6:35 AM PDT
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Flooding and Heavy Rain in Thailand

In Thailand, the death toll has risen to over one hundred fifty in heavy flood and landslide in northern Chiang Mai province.

According to report, heavy flood has engulfed fifty-seven out of Thailand's seventy-seven provinces in the north, northeast and central regions.

More then seven million people homes and businesses have been inundated by the rising waters, which have also damaged farmland, roads and bridges.

Rains continue to put pressure on drainage and irrigation systems, it also issued flash flood and landslide warnings in 47 provinces in north and northeastern parts.

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