Prolonged heavy rain caused multiple landslides in An Giang Province, southern Vietnam, necessitating government blockades, while in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong, Provincial Road 1 endured severe subsidence, prompting the local authorities to declare a state of emergency for natural disasters twice in a month. An Giang, a province renowned for its mountains and popular tourist destinations, faced widespread heavy rainfall in late July. A crack in Provincial Road 1 in Tuy Duc District, Dak Nong Province, Vietnam. The land subsidence resulted in traffic hazards along Provincial Road 1 and jeopardized the safety of 55 households in the vicinity. A man moves out of a subsidence-prone village in Tuy Duc District, Dak Nong Province, Vietnam.
Mar 21 2023