In Tam Quang commune (Nui Thanh district, Quang Nam province), they repaired roofs of over 20 houses blown off by the storm.


Troops of Coast Guard Region 2 help locals people repair houses.

In Cua Viet townlet (Gio Linh district, Quang Tri province), soldiers of Flotilla 202 (Coast Guard Region 2) assisted the locals in the town’s market surmount the flood consequences. Accordingly, they moved fallen trees, cleaned up the environment and encouraged the victims.

Cleaning the environment

* According to Chairman of the Phu Vang district’s People Committee Tran Thanh Long, people in Khanh My village, Vinh Xuan commune, Phu Vang district were heavily affected by Storm Noru.

Troops moving property to other place

Reportedly, the storm completely blew off roofs of 46 houses; three houses collapsed; and thousands of trees were uprooted.

In this case, on September 28, more than 150 troops from the Thua Thien Hue provincial Military and Border Guard Commands, and Public Security force were mobilized to the scene to help locals.

According to Political Commissar of the Thua Thien Hue provincial Military Command Senior Colonel Hoang Van Nhan, troops of the provincial armed forces promoted high responsibility to support the people to soon stabilize their lives.

* On the same day, a delegation of Military Region 5, led by its Second-in-Command Major General Hua Van Tuong, rushed to Nui Thanh district and Tam Ky city, Quang Nam province.

MR5's delegation grasping the situation

Currently, in Tam Thanh, Tam Ky and Nui Thanh coastal areas, there are many fallen trees and broken power poles. Some kiosks and houses along the coastline had their roofs blown off, billboards blown away... Fortunately, no human losses was recorded due to the storm.

Having toured the scene, General Tuong requested relevant forces to grasp the situation and be ready in any circumstances.

Border troops help local people move their property to safer place.

* The storm also left severe consequences in Kon Tum province. Accordingly, on September 28, the border posts of Dak Nhoong, Dak Blo, Dak Long (Kon Tum provincial Border Guard Command), in coordination with local authorities helped move 51 households in flood-hit areas to safer places.

Translated by Minh Anh