* In Da Nang city, the city's Border Guard Command mobilized more than 200 officers and soldiers to coastal residential areas, schools, ship locks, and fishing ports in Son Tra district to help local people surmount storm aftermaths.

Troop warns a local not to go outside during the storm.

Hundreds of troops teamed up with other forces to clean up the environment and assist fishermen in arranging fishing boats.

Da Nang border guards help people in Son Tra district clear trees falling down across the road.

* On the same day, Military Region 4 sent nearly 6,650 troops and militiamen and 147 vehicles to help local authorities and people to overcome Storm Noru consequences.

Thua Thien Hue’s armed forces clean up the rubble.

As reported, due to the impacts of Storm Noru, provinces of Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Quang Tri and Thua Thien Hue witnessed heavy rains. The storm caused flooding in several areas, blew off the roof of 490 houses, collapsed eight houses, damaged 180 coastal restaurants, and flooded agricultural and aquatic products.

* In Quang Nam province, over 1,000 troops and militiamen, together with other relevant forces, rushed to the storm-hit areas to help people clear fallen trees, clean up the environment and repair schools and people’s houses.

Troops from Tam Ky city's Military Command clear fallen trees.

Reportedly, in Tam Ky city, the storm blew off the roof of 1,334 houses and six schools, destroyed three houses, damaged 20 hectares of crops, and knocked down a large number of trees, to name but a few.

The militia force of Duy Xuyen district cleans up a school.

Meanwhile, in Duy Xuyen district, the storm caused landslides in Duy Hai commune and on the embankment of the Thu Bon River, ruined a house, blew off the roof of 155 houses and 30 schools in the locality and sank a fishing boat. Six people were injured, four medium- and high-voltage poles collapsed, among others.

Translated by Quynh Oanh