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consequences of flooding in Ayutthaya province

Floods in the Ayutthaya province have led to the inundation of approximately 11,950 households due to the release of water from the Chao Phraya Dam located upstream.

Water levels have risen in the Chao Phraya and Noi rivers, as well as in the canals of the central provinces, as the Chao Phraya Dam continued to discharge water at a rate of 1800 cubic meters per second.

consequences of flooding in Ayutthaya province

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in Ayutthaya province confirmed reports of flooding in nine districts, namely Sena, Bang Ban, Phak Hai, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Bang Sai, Bang Saai, Bang Pahan, Maha Rat, and Bang Pain.

Additionally, Wat Ko Phai temple and a hospital in the Bang Luang Dod district were submerged, with floodwaters rising by 10-15 centimeters daily.

consequences of flooding in Ayutthaya province

Preliminary estimates indicate that the floods have damaged 53.52 acres of agricultural land, including 17.37 acres of agricultural crops.

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