Drone Footage Shows Extent of Flooding in Hoi An

StoryfulWeatherPublished: November 7, 2017Updated: November 8, 2017
Published: November 7, 2017Updated: November 8, 2017

Vietnam’s Thu Bon River overflowed its banks after Typhoon Damrey pummeled the country and spilled floodwaters throughout the the streets of Hoi An, a popular tourist city and UNESCO World Heritage Site. This drone footage shows an aerial view of the damage. Several stretches of land have transformed into ponds as a result of the flooding. According to reports from local news source Thanh Nien Online, water levels in Hoi An on November 6 were roughly 10.2 feet (3.12 meters). Reuters reported that an estimated 60 people died due to Typhoon Damrey, which hit Vietnam on November 4. Credit: Facebook/Thinh Kha Vuong via Storyful

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