Typhoon Noru knocks out power, floods streets in Vietnam

Typhoon noru knocks out power, floods streets in vietnam

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Typhoon Noru knocks out power, floods streets in Vietnam” – below is their description.

Typhoon Noru made landfall in Vietnam on September 28, 2022, causing power outages in over 500,000 households and the shutdown of nearly half of the country’s airports. Authorities evacuated nearly 260,000 people from their homes and mobilised around 40,000 soldiers and 200,000 militia members in preparation for rescue work. This came after the typhoon hit the Philippines several days ago, killing at least six people.

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