Heavy rains; Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in at least two places in Mon State.
U Lay Village in Kyaikmaraw Township, Mon State due to the rising river. Ngapye Ma Village According to locals, floods are occurring in villages such as Kawkalaw and some quarters in Kyaikmaraw Township.
“The water level of the Ye River is beginning to reach the danger level of Ye Township. The water level is rising continuously from above. In Ye Township, the water level is rising in the lower areas such as Yan Gyi Aung and Yan Myo Aung. The current situation is likely to increase,” said a resident of Ye Township.
In addition, there has been flooding in Hangan village in Ye Township since yesterday and there is about 4 feet of water on the village road. According to locals, the road was flooded near Man Aung village on the Ye-Dawei road and flooded inside Man Aung village.
In Paung Township, Mon State, flash floods and landslides caused flooding on the Yangon-Mawlamyine highway and in some wards and villages.
“It is now three days after the full moon, so the river is not drawing much water. It is raining heavily and the water level may rise again. Currently, no relief camps have been set up.
Similarly, in Ye Township, Mon State, the Ye Chaung Phya area is rising due to incessant rains and downpours, and the Ye River is flooding into some quarters in Ye Township, according to locals.
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